Green Square Library’s rainbow reading wall dubbed the most instagrammable spot in Sydney


Inside the award-winning library Aussies are flocking to for its rainbow bookshelf: ‘I wish I could live there’

  • Instagrammers are flocking to a modern library with a rainbow reading wall
  • Green Square Library is in Zetland, Sydney four kilometres south of the CBD
  • Social media is filled with vibrant snaps of visitors by the towering bookcase 
  • A double-storey wall is filled with thousands of real and readable books
  • The library is also home to a series of quirky reading nooks and study areas
  • There is also a sunken courtyard, music room, coffee shop and children’s area 

An incredibly striking library is capturing the attention of bookworms and Instagrammers alike for its stunning rainbow reading wall. 

Green Square Library, in Zetland, has been called one of Sydney’s most Instagrammable locations by visitors and images of the vibrant towering bookcase have been flooding the platform. 

The award-winning library’s rainbow wall stretches between two storeys in a six-level glass tower and houses hundreds of colourful books that are all real and readable.

Instagrammers are flocking to an award-winning library just south of one of Australia’s major cities to capture colourful snaps of its towering rainbow reading wall

Green Square Library, in Zetland, has been called one of Sydney's most Instagrammable locations and images of the vibrant towering book case have been flooding the platform

Green Square Library, in Zetland, has been called one of Sydney’s most Instagrammable locations and images of the vibrant towering book case have been flooding the platform

The award-winning library's rainbow wall stretches between two storey's in a six-level glass tower and houses hundreds of colourful books that are all real and readable

Once guests have taken their stunning snaps, they can enjoy the light-filled rainbow reading room's many cosy and quiet places to curl up with a book

The award-winning library’s rainbow wall stretches between two storey’s in a six-level glass tower and houses hundreds of colourful books that are all real and readable

Once guests have taken their stunning snaps, they can enjoy the light-filled rainbow reading room’s many cosy and quiet places to curl up with a book. 

Aside from the eye-catching kaleidoscopic book shelf, there are many places to explore within the subterranean library. 

Entrance to the library is through a unique triangular glass wedge that leads visitors down below to a series of modern spaces that contain more than 40,000 books. 

Aside from the eye-catching kaleidoscopic book shelf, there are many places to explore within the subterranean library

Aside from the eye-catching kaleidoscopic book shelf, there are many places to explore within the subterranean library

Entrance to the library is through a unique triangular glass wedge that leads visitors down below to a series of modern spaces that contain more than 40,000 books

A circular reading room wraps around a sunken central courtyard and has a number of quirky nooks and seats for people relax and read

Entrance to the library is through a triangular glass wedge that leads visitors down below to a series of modern spaces that contains quirky reading nooks and more than 40,000 books 

There are also study desks, a children's area, cafe, a music room to hire as well as a full-sized plane hanging from the ceiling

There are also study desks, a children’s area, cafe, a music room to hire as well as a full-sized plane hanging from the ceiling

A circular reading room wraps around a sunken central courtyard and has a number of quirky nooks and seats for people relax and read. 

There are also study desks, a children’s area, cafe, a music room to hire as well as a full-sized plane hanging from the ceiling. 

Visitors have been wowed by the contemporary library, which has won a global and national architecture awards, with one saying they ‘wish they could live there’.

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