This project is an interior concept in an existing shell - which is also being extensively renovated - for the Delft Multimedia Centre, part of the Public Libary. The centre consists of various sections and parts of the collection, all retaining their unique identity without losing touch of one another. The collection is split into different 'rooms' or 'shops' with various ambiances, ensuring the visitor makes a journey of discovery through the building. Colour and light are used to organise the orientation within the building and to emphasise the characteristic shell. The interior design is characterised by the use of many soft materials, to build a bridge between the visitor and the building's concrete shell. Soft seating elements, wonderful furniture, counters covered with leather, plenty of untreated MDF as a basic cabinet element. A frontal presentation of all media on each shelf of each cabinet is a new development, lending the library the atmosphere of a sales room.