Some people like to read novels in pubs, or on the tube while commuting to work. Others prefer to read them in the quietest place they could find, somewhere that allows them to completely immerse themselves in the words without having the magic diluted by noise.
If you’re among these people then you’re going to appreciate this secluded library escape in the forests of New York State. It’s made by US firm Studio Padron and it’so-called the Hemmelig Rom (that’s Norwegian for “key room” by the way). The 200 square meter black cabin is made of oak, and inside there’s a bed, an armchair, a table, and also even a wood-burning cooker to keep you cozy while you curl up with a book plucked in the book-lined shelves that surround you.