In the reading space, 5 meter tall walls with differently sized arches give a feeling of a very spacious room. It creates a bizarre and interesting look that unconsciously triggers curiosity of people who pass by and lures them inside to discover the reading area and their own inner world. Reading is a way children explore the world and it cannot be limited by the surrounding reality.
Plato believed that apart from our perception of reality and objective world, there is a conceptual world. And children themselves have the mindset of little adventurers who long for a pure, chaotic, spiritual, and philosophical journey.
Several methods were adopted in order to maximize and enrich the efficiency of the L-shaped space. For example, a simple geometrical shape was used to excavate the wall and different areas were further developed. Space in the corners was designed using interesting elements in order to encourage people to explore it more.