Friday, May 31, 2013

Great Second Life Destinations: The Gorgeous Virtualization of the Tromso Library on Jimmy Warbaum's Tromso Sim

Norway has some amazing modern architecture. The Tromso Library, located inside the arctic circle in the far northern part of the country, is a gorgeous structure. The building is constructed under the original roof of a movie cinema, which was designed by the architect Gunnar B√łgeberg Haugen and built in 1969.  It was turned into a library in 2005.

Jimmy Warbaum's Tromso sim, which I have reviewed and photographed several times earlier (see links below) now has a virtualization of the library which really is well done. Although the scale of the interior is reduced, it is very well designed, and is recommended for visiting -- along with the modern Cathedral of the Arctic and the other structures and landscaping of one of Second Life's most atmospheric residential sims. Recommended for a visit.

An amazing panoramic view of the Library in real life can be found at:

To Visit:

My other photography and and articles on Tromso can be found at:

Article on Tromso in Spring earlier this month:

Tromso in the Winter:

To see my series on the famous Tromso Arctic Cathedral:

Tromso in Autumn:

Ryce talking to Jimmy Warbaum in the Tromso Library

Real life photographs of the Tromso Library:

A video on the Tromso Library

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