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In Cambridge, a library of old stone, new glass and few books

from Globe and Mail

The granite front of an old post office stands solidly on Water Street in Cambridge, ON. But inside this 1885 building are things that its architect, Thomas Fuller, could never have imagined: Laser cutters. 3-D printers. An espresso bar. And it's all under the auspices of the local public library, which calls the place an "Idea Exchange." The Old Post Office, as it's known, captures the spirit of this new type of library facility: There are very few books here, but librarians are here to educate and to help patrons create. The new building, overseen by RDH Architects, is an ideal container for this sort of activity. more


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