Inside the Orbicular Building
A slightly HDR-esque view from inside the Round Reading Room, which is no longer really a reading room, but rather a an interesting circular array of computers and desks. Built in 1939, the listing building on University Avenue is really quite remarkable, filled with little bits of interesting detail and decoration everywhere. The best thing about the Round Reading Room (or the McMillan Reading Room, as it used to be called, or is officially known as) is that it is still a relatively unknown entity, as you’re pretty likely to find a free computer there during the week, when the University Library is absolutely packed. The round bit this the middle of the building will be featured tomorrow. Any idea what it could be?
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