The Geisel Library on UC San Diego campus is characterized by stark geometric designs and solid concrete forms. It is described as mix of brutalist and futurist architecture.
I've always thought this library looked like an alien spaceship that landed on the UCSD campus, perhaps part of a Borg collective designed to suck up all our books and knowledge. I didn't realize this for the longest time, but the library is named after Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel). I wonder what's in that one room with the lights off.
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