London Library, by Haworth Tompkins Architects
Over 114 years, the London Library had become a labyrinth of conjoined buildings and ill-judged add-ons. Haworth Tompkins Architects has restored its former glories while bringing clarity to the institution, says Crystal Bennes. Photography by Philip Vile
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