I’m in love with Aga Khan Museum. I think the architects did a kick ass job of converting an underwhelming plot of land into something magical. On the first day of shooting the sun was blazing which created a lot harsh shadows that gave the photos a nice edge. The second day of shooting I used a drone but this time I arrived just before sunset so I could capture the beautiful colors. I’m really happy how these photos turned so I hope you enjoy them!
Architect – Aga Khan Museum: Fumihiko Maki
Architect – Ismaili Centre: Charles Correa Associates
Landscape Architect – Aga Khan Park: Vladimir Djurovic
Location: 77 Wynford Drive Toronto, ON
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