Legislative Library Mezzanine Addition

Located in: Regina, Saskatchewan
The Legislative Library‘s collection was founded in 1876 as a small working collection of law texts and public documents brought across the prairies by cart when Lieutenant Governor David Laird came to present day Saskatchewan to establish the Territorial government. Since then, the Library’s collection has grown to be the third largest research library in the province.

In 2010, an extension was added to the library’s mezzanine. A semi-spiral stair case with polished brass handrail was incorporated into the design as both an asthetic architectural feature, and to save valuable library floor space.

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