BR2 Architecture | LOIS HOLE LIBRARY
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LOIS HOLE LIBRARY

About This Project

LOIS HOLE LIBRARY

 

BR2 Architecture was retained by Edmonton Public Libraries to design their newest regional library, named as a memorial to the late Lieutenant-Governor Lois Hole. The project is also certified as a LEED® Silver design reflecting Lois Hole’s respect and love for the environment. The design focuses on the welcoming aspects of the library in the community, opening its’ spacious entry out to the main public access. The Lois Hole Library officially opened to the public September 23, 2008.

 

Awards Received:

  • 2009 Alberta Wood WORKS! for Commercial/Institutional Project
  • 2008 Alberta Construction Magazine, Top Institutional Project
Location

Edmonton, Alberta

Category
Community, Interior Design