One of the faces of contemporary Brighton, Jubilee Square is the centre of a £50 million regeneration project on the heart of the city, just next to the North Laines. Built on the site of a former mutli-storey car park that had fallen into dereliction, it is now an urban living area centered upon a public outdoor venue. During the fortnight that Easyvoyage spent in Brighton, we saw little kids bellowing out songs from a specially conceived stage, couples of all ages dancing to tunes of the 50s and a book market with stalls selling both second hand and brand new works. Of note surrounding the square is the ultra-modern Jubilee Library which has been praised (and won a plethora of awards for) its design and eco-friendliness. While the exterior is inspired by Brighton's historical buildings with its dark blue and green hand-glazed ceramic tiles, the interior recalls the libraries of 19th century Paris. The area also boasts several restaurants some of which have their own terraces right on the square, perfect for an alfresco lunch when the sun is out. One of these, Table, is part of myhotel, the design hotel completed in 2008.