JKMM Architects extends 1980s library to create "public living room" for Kirkkonummi



Helsinki-based JKMM Architects has renovated and extended a library named Fyyri in the Finnish town of Kirkkonummi.

The studio doubled the size of the previous library and wrapped it entirely in a copper facade to create a counterpoint to the town’s Medieval stone church.

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