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Aga Khan Park

Lebabnon-based landscape architect Vladimir Djurovic designed the formal gardens of the Aga Khan Park. Based on a traditional Persian and Mughal chahar bagh (four-part garden), the gardens are given a natural geometry through ordered plantings of serviceberry trees. They provide a tranquil place for contemplation as well as flexible areas for public programming or private events. Beyond a perimeter of cedar hedges, the gardens flow seamlessly into a Park whose trees — including Star Magnolia, Ri

Parks we work in:

  • Aga Khan Park

Things we do:

  • dance
  • farmer's market
  • festivals
  • gardening
  • movie nights
  • music
  • visual arts

Where you can find us

  • 77 Wynford Drive, Toronto, ON, Canada