This house in Torres Vedras, Portugal, designed by Portuguese architect and designer Pedro Gadanho, is a colorful wonderland of eyecandy. I love how color is used to define space and highlight accents.
Aside from being absolutely gorgeous, with two story dark wooden arches, this is also the largest library in all of Ireland. It serves as the country’s copyright library, where a copy of all new books and periodicals must be sent when they apply for copyright protection. The library is also home to the famous Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript created by Celtic monks around the year 800.