How can a city library be built to fade away from seriousness and return to purity? The National South Tower, which will be opened in 2021, may be an excellent example. It is called “the most beautiful library in Taiwan”. It is a transparent space, a clean and open learning environment, and beautiful greenery everywhere…not like a solemn national map, it is more like a relaxed living museum. Walk along the way, along with the fragrance of the book.
The Guotu South Pavilion is also the first circular library in Taiwan, located in Xinying District, Tainan City. To maximize interaction with nature, the library will retain 90% of the tree’s base, integrate it with existing resources, and connect Aberde Avenue to the town to truly build a green building library. It’s more like a less formal interactive center, and everything is starting to diversify. Readers’ visitors enter the “small box” from the library’s “big box” and walk along the streets of life to various interesting places. Facilities, you can stay in the outdoor small book room for a while, or linger in the library museum, collection center, a little tired to go to the book coffee to recharge, of course, the town theater (lecture hall) is also a good leisure choice . The experience of perceptual learning can happen anywhere, anytime, and perhaps the next important inspiration will flash here.