Marie-Uguay Library

Improvement of the youth zone,
Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, in progress,  2022

The mandate was to rethink the youth zone and adapt it to current needs, revitalize the space, and create an identity that distinguishes it from the other areas of the library. The island’s environment directly inspires the materials and atmospheres. The work of Marie Uguay, linked to the land, nature, and seasons, is also put forward to anchor the space in its context and history.

The project proposes an inspiring layout that responds to new practices thanks to multifunctional furniture made of wood and curves in soft colours. The project integrates shelving and displays of books, magazines, and games into the proposed layout. The space also includes a two-level play and reading house, a storytelling space, an area with activity tables and a care area.

Credits
Design : Mousse Architecture de Paysage
Pictures/ images : Mousse Architecture de Paysage

Marie-Uguay Library

The mandate was to rethink the youth zone and adapt it to current needs, revitalize the space, and create an identity that distinguishes it from the other areas of the library. The island’s environment directly inspires the materials and atmospheres. The work of Marie Uguay, linked to the land, nature, and seasons, is also put forward to anchor the space in its context and history.

The project proposes an inspiring layout that responds to new practices thanks to multifunctional furniture made of wood and curves in soft colours. The project integrates shelving and displays of books, magazines, and games into the proposed layout. The space also includes a two-level play and reading house, a storytelling space, an area with activity tables and a care area.

Improvement of the youth zone, Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, in progress,  2022

Credits
Design : Mousse Architecture de Paysage
Pictures/ images : Mousse Architecture de Paysage

Marie-Uguay Library

Improvement of the youth zone,
Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, in progress,  2022

The mandate was to rethink the youth zone and adapt it to current needs, revitalize the space, and create an identity that distinguishes it from the other areas of the library. The island’s environment directly inspires the materials and atmospheres. The work of Marie Uguay, linked to the land, nature, and seasons, is also put forward to anchor the space in its context and history.

The project proposes an inspiring layout that responds to new practices thanks to multifunctional furniture made of wood and curves in soft colours. The project integrates shelving and displays of books, magazines, and games into the proposed layout. The space also includes a two-level play and reading house, a storytelling space, an area with activity tables and a care area.

Credits
Design : Mousse Architecture de Paysage
Pictures/ images : Mousse Architecture de Paysage