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Tiny Free Libraries

Photo illustration by Slate. Photos by Didier Muller/House Work, BauFachFrau, Marta Wengorovius/João Wengorovius.Didier Muller's Librairie Urbaine, left, the Bucherwald miniature library, center, and  One, Two, Many, a shed-like library intended to be used by only one person at a time.

Photo illustration by Slate. Photos by Didier Muller/House Work, BauFachFrau, Marta Wengorovius/João Wengorovius.

 

"I'm interested in pay phones because they are both anachronistic and quotidian," says artist John Locke of the motivations behind his "Department of Urban Betterment" project.
The Bucherwald miniature library is by design firm BauFachFrau.
The Bücherwald miniature library is by design firm BauFachFrau.

The Think Differently Book Exchange was part of the Gap Filler urban regeneration initiative.

The Think Differently Book Exchange is part of the Gap Filler urban regeneration initiative.

Courtesy of Hannah Airey/Gap Filler

Didier Muller's Librairie Urbaine is an installation of small suspended cabins.

Didier Muller’s Librairie Urbaine is an installation of small suspended cabins.

Courtesy of Didier Muller/House Work

A Little Free Library in a park in Iowa.

A Little Free Library in a park in Iowa.

Courtesy of Little Free Library

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