Dec 28, 2014 08:00AM
By David Williams
This magnificent example of a “good bookroom” is found in a Lincoln home where the magic of reading is much appreciated.
Forming a turret on one corner of the home is this towering, double-decker circle of learning connected by a spiral staircase. Old World aesthetics merge with machine age materials as stainless steel is juxtaposed against the warm, lush grains of English Burl, forming a vibe that dwells at the intersection of the contemporary and the classic.
The famed architecture firm of Porphyrios and Associates in London designed the ink-strewn space.The homeowners estimate that their A-to-Z repository of the printed word houses a mere…oh, 10,000 volumes, give or take.