Kansas City Public Library in Missouri is an architectural example of the nonconformist spirit of the city’s inhabitants and the leaders of the public library system. Built in 2004, this building also hides a beautiful interior inherited from an old bank from the early 20th century and is adjacent to a large central car park, located in the heart of the city.
The car park is one of the peculiarities of the structure that, unlike the classic structures of this type, has huge reproductions of literary classics adjacent to the parking spaces. More in detail, these are 22 titles selected by the citizens of Kansas City, to illustrate the diversity of the subjects of reading.
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