What the City Hall Could Have Looked Like
You've probably driven by the Mississauga City Hall and wondered why and how they came up with that design.
On April 22, 1982, the City of Mississauga invited architects across Canada to participate in a national architectural competition where one architect’s design for the new City Hall and the civic square would be chosen to be built in the City Centre.
The competition generated 240 Canadian competitors and the photos below are from the 5 finalists, one of which is the City Hall as we see it today:
R.E. Barnett Architects
The Davies/Leggett Partnership Architects
Michael Brisson Architects
The Thom Partnership and Harvey Cowan Architects
Barton Myers Associates Architects/Planners
Jones & Kirkland Architects
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