Holy Library! Quebec church transformed into a house for books March 21, 2014 – Posted in: Libraries, Library Architecture, public libraries

Quebec Library

Originally built in 1964 by architect Jean-Marie Roy this church in Quebec has been masterfully transformed into a library by Dan Hanganu & Côté Leahy Cardas Architects.

The library has been named after Monique Corriveau a local writer who wrote ten children’s books, one for each of her kids!

Enjoy.

 

 

Church Converted in Library in Quebec – Fubiz™.

photos © Stéphane Groleau
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