The Ottawa mansion, built in the late 1870s, served as home to Sir Wilfred Laurier and William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada’s seventh and tenth prime ministers. The three-storey home is now maintained by Parks Canada as a National Historic Site open to the public.
Working for Parks Canada, under the art direction of artist Greg Banning, I created this stacked floor plan view of Laurier House. The plans, which are drawn to scale, guide visitors through the three levels of the historic home, identifying each room and key pieces of furniture. Artwork was created in Adobe Illustrator to allow for unlimited scaling.