Idea Exchange | May 6, 2014
Great news! The City of Cambridge has selected RDH Architects as the architectural firm for the old Post Office Project. Here’s an excerpt from the City’s press release:
Cambridge, Ontario. March 24 , 2014 ... Once known as the Galt Post Office, this 1885 heritage designated building located at 12 Water Street South will be transformed by RDH Architects. The City of Cambridge is pleased to announce RDH Architects have been selected as the architectural firm to transform the Old Post Office into an innovative and creative destination for residents of Cambridge and surrounding areas. This new community space will be the sixth addition to the Idea Exchange family, an organization who serves as a leader in literature, cultural programming, art and design in Cambridge. This new facility will include digital learning labs, a teen lounge, family discovery centre, and a main floor restaurant with outdoor terrace overlooking the Grand River.
“We are extremely excited and honoured to have been selected as the architects of the new Cambridge library and restaurant project. We eagerly await the chance to begin the process of restoring, renovating and transforming this beautiful, elegantly sited, heritage property ” explains Bob Goyeche, Principal, RDH Architects. With a continually growing portfolio of work, RDH Architects are well known for their work on projects such as the Bloor Gladstone Library (Toronto), the Hamilton Central Library and Farmers’ Market (Hamilton), and the Mississauga Library: Lakeview; Port Credit; and Lorne Park branches (Mississauga).