|||||Concept drawing for the library’s reading room|The curved ‘slab’ of stone belies the light-filled space within|The National Library of Israel will be situated in the National Precinct (Kiryat Ha’Leom) alongside the Knesset, Israel Museum, Science Museum, Hebrew University and the Supreme Court building|The “vitrine-like” windows on the lower level provide visual access to the street||
14 Nov 2014

Herzog & de Meuron’s first project in Israel

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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