Festival | 2016 Edition

The International Garden Festival is presented at the Reford Gardens from June 24 to October 2, 2016.

List of gardens of the 2016 edition

Around-About
Talmon Biran architecture studio
Bal à la villa
Annie Ypperciel, Robert Desjardins
Carbone
Coache Lacaille Paysagistes
Carré bleu sur fond blanc
Ophélie Bouvet & Kihan Kim
Courtesy of Nature
Johan Selbing, Anouk Vogel
Cyclops
Craig Chapple
Dead Garden II
Carlos M. Teixeira
Edge Effect
Snøhetta [Claire Fellman, Nick Koster, Karli Molter, Misako Murata, Maura Rockcastle]
I like to move it
DIX NEUF CENT QUATRE VINGT SIX Architecture
Jardin M
Atelier Pierre Thibault
La maison de Jacques
Romy Brosseau, Rosemarie Faille-Faubert, Émilie Gagné-Loranger
Le caveau
Christian Poules
Line Garden
Coryn Kempster, Julia Jamrozik
Macro / Micro / Myco
Université de Toronto, Maîtrise en architecture de paysage
Making Circles in the Water
Balmori Associates
Popple
Meaghan Hunter & Suzy Melo
Rotunda
CITYLABORATORY
TiiLT
SRCW
Tiny Taxonomy
Rosetta Sarah Elkin
Veil Garden
Studio Bryan Hanes - DIGSAU

 







ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL GARDEN FESTIVAL

The International Garden Festival is the leading contemporary garden festival in North America. Since its inception in 2000, more than 150 gardens have been exhibited at Grand-Métis and as extra-mural projects in Canada and around the world.

Presented at Les Jardins de Métis, at the gateway to the Gaspé Peninsula, the Festival is held on a site adjacent to the historic gardens created by Elsie Reford, thereby establishing a bridge between history and modernity, and a dialogue between conservation, tradition and innovation. Each year the Festival exhibits conceptual gardens created by more than seventy architects, landscape architects and designers from various disciplines in a pristine environment on the banks of the St. Lawrence River.

The International Garden Festival is presented with the financial assistance of many public and private partners: Canada Council for the Arts, Canadian Heritage, Canada Summer Jobs, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Tourisme Québec and Emploi-Québec. Economic Development Canada is the major partner in the development of the Landscape Laboratory project.


 
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