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Photos: Inside the New Central Library

Here’s a look — actually, several looks — at downtown’s new, long-awaited library.

The new San Diego Central Library is slated to host a sneak-peek opening on Saturday and today, they offered media a sneak peek of the sneak peek.

I toured downtown’s newest civic instillation and explored all the amazing pockets of light, artwork, reflections and views. And the architect, Rob Quigley, even makes a cameo in some photos.

Here are some of my favorites:

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

Architect Rob Quigley at the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

 

 

A view of the new San Diego Central Library.

All photos by Sam Hodgson.

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