The Jan Michalski Foundation was created in 2004 to foster literary creation and encourage the practice of reading.
Its library was designed by architects Vincent Mangeat and Pierre Wahlen and is open to the public since 2014. It houses 70000 books in 9 original languages (English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Arabic, Russian and Polish) as well as in French translation. The upper floor of the library contains works at the convergence of writing and other art forms such as artists’ books and books on typography and calligraphy.
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