On the northern outskirts of Toronto, ON, The Vaughan Civic Centre Library marks a clear departure from traditional architecture. Asserting a dynamic design and multi-functional spaces, the library stands as the embodiment of community connection and creative discovery. Designed by Toronto’s ZAS Architects, it features mostly glass and metal on the outside with a striking canopy featuring Ceramitex Sintered Ceramic panels. Elemex is very excited to have been part of the Vaughan Resource Library project. It is nothing like the libraries of the past, this one contains such activities as: a recording studio, a café, a virtual reality station, and a 3D printer. It is certainly a community hub with something for everyone.
To find out more about the library you can check out several published articles on the grand opening and the various activities: