Little Free Library / NYC

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Little Free Library / NYC
Ten installations by design teams:
Cevan CastleThe Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture’s Design III studioDavies Tang + ToewsStereotankShannon HarveyAdam Michaels, and Levi Murphystudio point 0; stpmj; Matter PracticeChat TraviesoMark Rakatansky Studio

May 4 – September 1, 2013
On view and available for use at locations across the East Village and Lower East Side. Download a PDF of the map.
A number of the community partners have continued to maintain their Little Free Libraries after the official end of the project on September 1, 2013. Please contact each location to determine its library’s ongoing status.

Little Free Library/NYC is a joint project of PEN World Voices Festival and The Architectural League of New York, and is realized in collaboration with Little Free Library, LTD.

The Little Free Library movement places small book shelters in neighborhoods and is based on the premise of “take a book, return a book.” Established less than three years ago, Little Free Libraries now sponsors over 5,000 libraries worldwide.

PEN World Voices Festival and The Architectural League of New York partnered to bring Little Free Library to New York City. A jury of Laurie Anderson, Andy Bernheimer, A.M. Homes, Scott Marble, Shannon Mattern, and Peter Mullan selected 10 architecture teams to each design and install a Little Free Library in collaboration with a host community organization. The libraries were installed during the IDEAS CITY festival, for which the League was a partner organization.

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