SpaceBook An initiative designed and implemented by students from one of Tel Aviv’s local high schools which received a 100,000 NIS municipal grant to convert the school library into a social library. SpaceBook has been designed in the style of a Tel Aviv house to create spaces that encourage learning in a relaxed and fun way, as opposed to a traditional library style with a librarian who insists on absolute silence and shelves stacked with dusty books. The “living room” area features relaxed armchairs and bookcases, with an American "diner style" kitchen, with red sofas and tables designed for intimate learning in small groups. The central classroom sized space, is decorated with wallpaper of the Tel Aviv Sea and the librarian sits at a table painted in the colors of Dizengoff Fountain. Students enjoy using this inviting space to study, open on weekends and school holidays. The project is managed by the students who have established a think tank to develop other initiatives - an application for book borrowing and participating in urban events. The plan is to open the library to all community members.