Very interesting view. Never did a room come to my mind, but I could see that now: bright and sunny, as you say. No books, not a living room or library, more a huge hall, staircaise, or something, taking the view into more than one level of a building interior, light from stories above too. Yes those could be the nineties, or sixties even if we stay with architecture. The scent itself seems very contempoary. People who enter or leave this (functional) building are dressed well, some formally even. I see polished stone, concrete, greenery, chrome - a bank maybe or contemporary (European) city hall. A perfect picture, like a first sketch of the architects of stone, steel and light. Also... it is the one perfume that matches the design of Malles packaging best!
(sorry, got carried away here)