WORDS Michaela Stehr IMAGES Bob Gundu and Shai Gil via designboom.com
A miniature public and mobile library has been installed in Newmarket, Toronto by design group Atelier Kastelic Buffey.
The pop-up space encourages public interaction, reading and a sense of community by borrowing and leaving books to share.
The black lumber and plywood walls open like the pages of a book, exposing shelves of reading material and a space to relax and enjoy the books on offer.
At night, the doors are closed, and solar powered LED lights shine through the slatted openings, creating a striking effect.