The Aga Khan Park in Toronto
Type
book section
Year
2015

An international competition was held to select the landscape architect who would be given the task of uniting the Aga Khan Museum designed by Fumihiko Maki and the Ismaili Centre and Jamatkhana by Charles Correa on the seven-hectare site selected in Toronto for both institutions. The young Lebanese landscape architect Vladimir Djurovic was chosen over far better known people.

Source

From The Aga Khan Park in Toronto in Heritage of the Mughal World (Philip Jodidio, editor)

Citation
Jodidio, Philip. "The Aga Khan Park in Toronto". In Heritage of the Mughal World, edited by Philip Jodidio, 275-283. Munich: Prestel, 2015.


Parent Publications
Associated Sites
Authorities
Copyright
Prestel and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Country
Canada
Language
English
Building Usages
botanical gardens
landscape
garden
landscape
Keywords
gardens
landscape design
landscape architecture (discipline)
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