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Green-roofed Albion Library in Toronto feels like an extension of your living room
by Lucy Wang
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1 September 2017
On 1 September 2017 Inhabitat reported:
It's no surprise that the Albion Public Library is one of the busiest libraries in Toronto -- its welcoming and light-filled atmosphere makes it feel like an extension of a cozy living room. Perkins plus Will completed the new 29,000-square-foot library to serve the city's Rexdale neighbourhood, a diverse community with many immigrant families. The new building also incorporates innovative sustainable principles and includes a sloped green roof, energy-saving technologies, and stormwater management strategies.
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