Those who have seen some of the great works of Norman Foster, such as London's Gherkin and the Reichstag Dome in Berlin will be rather disappointed with this rather staid and classical modern building, more reminiscent of Mies van der Rohe. Its functionality is superb, but then it is after all only a local library, and an exhibition area for some pretty mediocre art.
Worth taking a quick peek inside as long as there is no charge. And the toilets are a great boon.
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