|Photographs of Edwardes Square- re Aglio
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The significant point about this garden is that unlike other squares in London the layout is that Aglio insisted on a very informal with curved paths and trees and shrubs apparently random.
It is worth noting that a similar philosophy was held by his great grandson Lionel Aglio Dibdin when planning and laying out estates in Surrey in the early 1930's. Trees were to remains and roads were placed around them.
published article about Aglio
and the design of Edwardes Square