Regeneration and Beyond
The F1963 Library was created in 2016 by remodeling a wire factory first build in 1963 into a cultural space. The introduction of this space bears important, creative value not only as an example of physical regeneration within an urban setting, but also of as a means of enabling individuals to rediscover their emotional and spiritual wealth through arts and culture.
A new space for meeting
the world of the arts
The F1963 Library is an expert arts library that houses books on global architecture, music, arts, and photography that humanity has developed over the past thousands of years. The goal of this library is to provide various knowledge and information on the arts and serve as a space for artistic and cultural enrichment through various cultural activities.
The texts that can be found at the F1963 Library were selected through careful cooperation with domestic and overseas experts in various subject areas, and they include modern and contemporary arts publications, collections of artworks from domestic and international artists, and representative periodicals from each subject area. Furthermore, through the recommendations of classical experts, the library also holds audio records from famous performances and other rare, invaluable resources. Moving forward, it is the goal of the F1963 Library to continue collecting and preserving arts resources and to promote activities that share values that transcend generations.