Arium Design - Vue sur la mezzanine ainsi que sur les romans au rez-de-chaussée de la bibliothèque du Vieux-Saint-Laurent.

Vieux-Saint-Laurent library

The Bibliothèque du Vieux-Saint-Laurent is among Montréal’s emblematic buildings. In 2020, the library underwent extensive interior renovations that made it possible to broaden its universal accessibility and adapt the furniture based on user needs. As part of the renovation project, the Arium team was asked to create a wayfinding system that would fit seamlessly in the space.

When developing the signage, the team focused on the use of wood for a warm and welcoming atmosphere and helped harmonize the signs and the library’s particular setting to provide a coherent user experience all community members could appreciate.

Scope of the project
47.3 m2 / $5.5M




Indoor signage (analysis, design, plans and specifications, call for tenders and site supervision)

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