Library of Birmingham in 2013 opened a central role in Centenary Square, the largest urban public space, served as the recovery of lead in Birmingham, and observe the “city in the world with local Heart.”
Located between Birmingham Repertory Theater in 1970 and 1930 Baskerville House, a new Library of Birmingham will “give the spoken and written word together, to inspire creativity and invention.” Development of 31,000 square meters, will provide space 20% larger than the current Central Library in Birmingham and can carry up to 10 000 visitors per day.
Highly transparent glass building is wrapped with fine metal openwork, inspired by the rich history of Birmingham, with a tradition of expertise and industry. Generous entrance and library REP will be protected under the balcony, creating a great place to watch the show in the area. At the counter, the volume of the building steps, creating open spaces as parks, both large with panoramic views. The summit, the roof of the rotunda offers spectacular views of the city.