Sketched this up while sitting shotgun, blindly exploring the bumpy roads that circumnavigate Iceland. Knowing where we were only by map and road signs that we couldn't actually read, I've never had more fun being slightly lost for so long.
Mexican firm Taller has renovated a library inside an eighteenth-century building in Mexico City, adding a bookshop with hundreds of wooden boxes on its walls, its ceilings, and under its glass floor (+ slideshow). l City of the Books and Images by Taller
STONE STREET~ the oldest paved street in NYC, with the original cobblestones. Lined with restaurants and cafés, set with outdoor tables, this little pedestrian street is a quiet respite from the traffic of the city.