"China's futuristic library: More fiction than books"
Those rows upon rows of book spines are mostly images printed on the aluminium plates that make up the backs of the shelves.
"We can only use the hall for the purposes for which it has been approved, so we cannot use it as a place to put books," Liu laughed, adding that they would likely soon have to remove all those temporarily on display.
There's another quirk: The irregular white stairs have proven hazardous for selfie-snappers with eyes glued down to their phones or up at the stylish ceiling.
"People trip a lot.