Exploring the significance of green spaces in Islamic culture
Be among the first to visit the Aga Khan Centre as it opens its doors this summer.
The inaugural exhibition, Islamic Gardens and Wellbeing, is a fascinating exploration of the role of gardens within Islamic cultures and civilisations, seen through the lenses of art, science, spirituality and the environment.
Islamic Gardens and Wellbeing exhibition will be on display from 6 August onwards, and is free to attend.
Source: Aga Khan Centre, King’s Cross
Events at Aga Khan Centre London: Cultural Heritage, Urban Architecture and Creativity in Muslim Settings