Dundee Central Library is a hub of community activities: Book Bug clubs, a MakerSpace, adult learning and support, and hobby groups of all descriptions. However it is hidden within the eerie and increasingly deserted Wellgate Shopping Centre. Working with Janet Mulloy, Wellgate Systems Manager, and Alistair Wilson, Library Outreach Manager, I have created designs to increase dwell time and modernise the library. BookMarked proposes new sculptural spaces, beginning with a finned entrance walkway, continuing through an atrium performance space featuring a Garfield sun spot, and a striking suspended group space spilling from the library into the Wellgate. A twisting yellow pathway links the elements to the library. Next is the climbable giant book play structure and the glowing light bulbs at the Marketgate entrance. A giant toposcope outside both entrances mark the direction of each branch library with yellow trails dancing out across Dundee. The Wellgate focuses on increasing dwell time, keeping people inside, shopping for longer. All BookMarked interventions are designed to slow people down, drawing them to the hidden library with a trail of playful colour. The entrance walkway, suspended group space and atrium seating all draw inspiration from the patterns and forms of the unfurling pages of a book. Since my involvement, book-swap stations with comfy seating, inviting people to read and relax have been implemented under the escalators on the first floor of the Wellgate.