The south facade of the Public Library Car Park, in Kansas City has been transformed into a gigantic and rather striking bookshelf. We are no stranger to unusual architectural design on ArchitectWeekly, from buildings made of beer crates, to floating stadiums, but this is the style of design that really brings architecture to life.
Each book spine measures a colossal 9 feet wide (2.7m) and is 25 feet (7.6m) high. There are twenty two books shown, and each of them reflect the diverse culture of Kansas City. They were chosen by public members of the library via a poll.