Album for Wynford Park, housing the Toronto High Profile Jamatkhana and Aga Khan Museum.
2005: Above Perched on Top of a Hill in the Postwar Haven of Don Mills, the Bata International Centre Will Likely Be Replaced by a More Ambitious Architecture Commission Financed Through the Aga Khan.
An Axonometric Rendering Of Wynford Park Illustrating The Proposed Ismaili Centre And Jamatkhana.
A view of the Ismaili Centre and Jamatkhana (prayer hall), designed by Charles Correa.
A view of the Islamic art museum, designed by Fumihiko Maki.
The two buildings will be knitted together on publicly accessible grounds designed by the landscape architect Vladimir Djurovic.
An aerial view of the Wynford Drive site, which is being developed into a park where the Ismaili Centre, Toronto and the Aga Khan Museum will be situated. The site is clearly visible from the adjacent Don Valley Parkway thoroughfare.
Artist's rendering of the Wynford Dr. Aga Khan Museum project which will include an Ismaili centre and park. The project is being designed by Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki.
An artist's rendering shows the pools in the formal garden.
The new Ismaili Centre being built in Toronto will include the biggest Islamic museum in the English-speaking world.
Artist's rendering of the Ismaili Centre, the Aga Khan Museum and Park to be built in Toronto. The groundbreaking ceremony for the project is on Friday.