Great Library Building of Whistler Public Library by Hughes Condon Marler Architects in BC, Canada. A magnificent library, take the concept of contemporary buildings, called the Whistler Public Library. Whistler Public Library has already been designed by Hughes Condon Marler Architects in BC, Canada. Libraries have a unique building models, with an interior that enough to give the feel right as a region to increase the power and interest in reading the public. The room was designed with a comfortable as possible, so that visitors can enjoy the area of the room with happy feelings, supporting reading activities more effective. The Library Project is precisely located between the largest park in Whistler village and a pedestrian promenade important called the Village Stroll.
Library project is to cover the area for about 15, 000 square feet. This library aspires to connect the sense of imagination, complementation and communities found in the world of books with inspiration relating to the tops of the surrounding mountains and forest glades that border. Library construction is planned to form a L-shape, it allows multiple connections to contrast the condition of the site. Around the Village Park library project is placed which contains children's reading circle, pedestrian sidewalks, green biking skiing / and flow to stormwater management, they are on the north side of the site. A large glass curtain wall system that optimizes the visual connection to Sport Mountain in the distance and in front of Village Park is provided by the adjacent park, the elevation in the north and west of the library. The vertical window mullions are staggered at random abstract rhythm of trees in the garden adjacent and to attract the eye upward toward the view.