PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO/ JUNE 25, 2019 (STL.News)
The transformation of the Bata Library at Trent University features a 278-square-foot (26-square-meter) green wall installed in the atrium with the LiveWall® Indoor Living Wall System. The architectural and academic heart of the main campus of Trent University (Peterborough, Ont.), the Bata Library is a revered building in Canadian architecture. LiveWall is the green industry’s most sustainable, durable and low-maintenance living wall system.
Constructed in 1967, the Bata Library is a prominent landmark on Trent University’s Peterborough campus, and was designed by architect Ronald Thom (1923-1986), the celebrated pioneer of modern Canadian architecture.