The British Library--page 2 (of two pages)

Sir Colin St. John Wilson and Partners (including M. J. Long)

Left: looking toward the main entrance; center and right: the loggia to the side


Left: from the main entrance looking south; center: the covered bike racks


The plaza with the Poet's Circle and Antony Gormley's Planets

Eight granite boulders from Sweden are carved with the vague outlines of human bodies clinging onto them. Each is set on a tall plinth surrounding the Poet's Circle.

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi

Newton, bronze
inspired by William Blake's image of Sir Isaac Newton

Left: The corner of Euston and Midland Roads; center: the Midland Road exterior

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