Scholars' Green Park


The Scholars’ Green is a symbiosis of public park and academic common that provides rich outdoor amenity for students, faculty and the surrounding community. Ordered by a crystalline primary circulation lined with allees of columnar beech, the park’s facets contain: micro-forests; teaching ampitheatres; grass quadrangles; an outdoor café. The circulation system, a modern take on Harvard Yard, both pays homage to the collegial landscape while providing an ‘everybody-everywhere’ lattice of paths that seamlessly connects the park to its surroundings. The park is anchored at its core by a geometric light-filled pavilion in mirror stainless steel that serves as a new hub for both academic and neighbourhood events.

Scholars Green - grass pathway trees

Client: City of Mississauga

Location: Mississauga ON

Completion: 2011

Landscape Architects: gh3, Terraplan

Consultants: Moon-Matz (mechanical, electrical, civil)

General Contractor: Aldershot Landscape Construction



2012 Mississauga Urban Design Award of Excellence


gh3 Team: Pat Hanson, Raymond Chow, Joel Di Giacomo, DaeHee Kim