Didier Muller, a French designer for the collective House Work has innovated the art of going to the library. He has installed perspex huts that hang from trees in the square of Saint-Étienne, where people can donate and borrow books from this hanging library.
Muller's idea in attracting people to read and share books in this fun and innovative way is truly an ingenious work of art. Since the concept of going to a library may bore some people, especially those of the younger generation, Muller's suspended library introduces a fresh new concept to get people interested in book-sharing and reading paperback books again.
Posted by: Partrick N.