Overview

The Mississauga Libraries Project is an adaptive re-use strategy applied to the renovation of three public library branches originally constructed between 1956 and 1967: Lakeview, Lorne Park and Port Credit. NAK Design Strategies worked with RDH Architects to design a project which reinvigorated the libraries’ original modernist style with contemporary additions. NAK created a landscape design for each library which complements the modernism of the buildings with linear features, mass plantings, and new pedestrian connections.

Awards

2012 Governor General’s Medal in Architecture

2012 Mississauga Urban Design Award Of Excellence

Location

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada