Children's area in Entresse Library, Espoo - bright colours, asymmetrical rug, coloured glass soundproof story room.
The stairwell seen from above echoes the sinuous curves of a snail shell.
The entry to Entresse Library, Espoo, Finland. Note the coloured perspex hanging from the ceiling and the coloured glass or perspex enclosed rooms.
Ritaharju joint-use library, Oulu. The non-fiction shelves house material for younger people on the lower shelves and for adults on the top shelves. The shelves have red openings for sitting and browsing.
Oval escalator well encased in laminated glass, echoing central oval motif.
The oval shapes of the central well are used on most floors to provide student desk space, a very efficient and attractive use of space. They appear to be made from a very durable substance like white Corian.
Wall art, possibly on fibreboard.
Jaw-dropping entry foyer with upper floor levels making a perfect sequence of oval shapes to the top of the building.
Kaisa Library, Helsinki University, opened late Another street entry - reflective glass and brickwork, sinuous shapes.