GLOBAL CENTRE FOR PLURALISM: FORECOURT GARDEN (330 Sussex Dr, Ottawa)

The forecourt garden is an attractive, tranquil space and a unique and engaging urban garden experience. Trees and planters frame a diverse palette of durable and hardy plant species that provide fragrant blooms from early spring well into autumn.

 

 

 


JEANNE D’ARC COURTYARD, BYWARD MARKET, OTTAWA  (BEHIND PAPER PAPIER, ACCESS THROUGH YORK & CLARENCE STREETS.)

This peaceful urban oasis of lush greenery and flowering plants in the courtyard provides a beautiful resting place and a beautiful backdrop for passersby to snap some memorable pics of Ottawa this summer.

 

 


RUISSEAU DE LA BRASSERIE GARDENS (SENTIER DU RUISSEAU DE LA BRASSERIE, GATINEAU)

The initial hub for the industrial development of Hull, this stream retains a unique architecture, preserved by its inhabitants and features opulent residences, public artwork and gardens marking different points in the origins of the city and region. Photo source: Ville de Gatineau

 


CHAR BAGH COURTYARD GARDEN – AGA KHAN FOUNDATION CANADA HEADQUARTER (199 SUSSEX DR, OTTAWA)

Designed by award-winning architect Fumihiko Maki. The design emerges from the Aga Khan’s belief that architecture is not simply about buildings, but about the quality of life of those that inhabit the built environment. Home of the Char Bagh (courtyard garden).

 

 


SAIGON SQUARE GARDEN – (PRESTON AT SOMERSET, OTTAWA)


NATIONAL GALLERY (380 SUSSEX DR, OTTAWA)


NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE ROOFTOP GARDEN


PERFORMANCE COURT 7TH FLOOR ROOFTOP GARDEN


JIM FLAHERTY BUILDING VERTICAL GARDEN


SPARKS STREET CONTAINER GARDENS

 


SUNLIFE BUILDING


BANK OF CANADA PLAZA GARDEN


PLACE AUBRY CONTAINER GARDENS

 


CARLETON UNIVERSITY 

 


 

MANULIFE GARDEN (METCALFE/QUEEN, OTTAWA)


WORLD EXCHANGE PLAZA GARDEN (45 O’CONNOR ST, OTTAWA)


ROBERT LEGETT PARK CHILDREN’S GARDEN