09/18/2014 01:32 EDT | Updated 06/16/2017 00:59 EDT

Getting a drone's-eye view of the Toronto Reference Library

To celebrate the relaunch of the Toronto Reference Library, staff flew a mini drone carrying a camera around the building to see the extent of the renovations. 

The drone's-eye view of the library shows off recent additions like the glass entrance cube, the new Yonge Street façade expansion and a new exhibition gallery space.

The library first opened in 1977 and remains the largest public reference library in Canada.

It was designed by Raymond Moriyama, the same architect who designed the Ontario Science Centre, Toronto French School and the Bata Shoe Museum.

Watch the video below to follow the drone through the library, or click here if you're on mobile.

The Toronto Reference Library is holding a party to celebrate the revitalization effort, with demonstrations, refreshments and tours beginning at 4 p.m. on Friday.