Reimagine was hired to breathe new life via a fresh look and feel for the then-23-year-old St. Albert Public Library that spans across two floors in the iconic St. Albert Place, designed by renowned architect Douglas Cardinal.
Sustainable materials breathed new life into the library with energizing colours. Our team engaged our collaborative, workshop-based approach from the start to involve library staff in the design. We advised on furniture selection, including flip-top tables and rolling chairs that are still used heavily to this day. This renovation project gave an outdated library interior a new look to better serve St. Albert in the years ahead.
The Library then hired Reimagine to write an in-depth feasibility report in 2002 and update the report a decade later in 2013, and we followed through with a conceptual building design on the recommended solution of building a branch library.