Microlibrary built with 2,000 recycled ice cream buckets tackles illiteracy in Indonesia
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The project was realized as the first built prototype of a series of small libraries planned for several locations throughout Indonesia. It aims to address the issue of declining literacy among the population of Indonesia and rekindle interest in reading. By offering a dedicated space where people can read, learn and have access to different media and courses, the building will act as a popular destination and cultural hub in the neighborhood. Related: Tiny, adorable mobile libraries pop up...