BlogTO ranks Aga Khan Museum as one of the top 10 Toronto buildings from the last 5 years

By Derek Flack / June 15, 2016

The top buildings constructed in Toronto over the last five years highlight the fact that this city is only getting better when it comes to architecture. From academic buildings to condos, Toronto’s architectural stock continues to increase in stature with daring designs from both local and international firms.

Here are my picks for the top buildings in Toronto from the last five years.

Aga Khan Museum

Completed in 2014, Fumihiko Maki’s Aga Khan museum is white granite jewel near the DVP and Eglinton. A mix of modern design and classic Islamic architecture, it has quickly become one of those buildings the city likes to boast about.

Aga Khan Museum (Image via Blog TO)
Aga Khan Museum (Image via Blog TO)

 

Source: BlogTO | The top 10 Toronto buildings from the last 5 years

 

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