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WORLD'S SMALLEST LIBRARY

WITH a capacity of just 40 books, this funky freestanding 'street library' is the smallest in the world. The bright yellow structure has popped up in New York and is a far cry from your stereotypical quiet and dusty library. Made from an inverted plastic tank and a wooden frame, visitors can stick their head in The Little Free Library and browse the books on a shelf that is sheltered from the elements. Perforations around the tank allow visitors to peek inside and preview the interior, which invites them to duck under and discover the book collection. Venezuelan architects Marcelo Ertorteguy, 36 and Sara Valente, 32, designed it and said it creates an 'inhabitable' environment, where users can immerse themselves into the space, taking the time to browse through books and borrow or exchange them

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