Jenny Stenger, © President and Fellows of Harvard College
When you hear the word “library,” old books and wooden shelves come to mind, and the sense-memory of that distinct aroma released while flipping through the aged pages. However, at Harvard University, the shelves of one library are filled with something different — colors. Pigments of every kind, treasured and rare, some found nowhere else.
We at Broad Street think libraries should appeal to all the senses. Read more about it here!