The Museum Collections Centre (MCC) and the Birmingham Central Library are two very different buildings with a similar purpose – to archive stories.
The MCC holds objects, statues and models, to preserve places and activities that took place in Birmingham.
Birmingham Central Library used to be the home to thousands of book; capable of capturing fiction, history, and facts of all kinds of topics. What happens if the sites were placed next to each other, or on top of each other?
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