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Habitat 67 – Canada  These playful apartments in Montreal feature a unique building block design.

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From Montreal’s Habitat 67 comes their specialist accommodation: “Apartments that look like stacked boxes.” This is what a god’s place would look like if they were getting ready to move out.

Project: Habitat 67 Location: Montréal, Canada Architect: Moshe Safdie Form: Clustered

makes me feel slightly giddy.

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Moshe Safdie's experimental modular housing Habitat 67 in Montreal was his first…

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Habitat designed by the Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie as the Canadian Pavilion for the World Exposition of was originally intended as an experimental solution for high-quality housing in dense urban environments. Safdie explored the po

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Architect Moshe Safdie, the Habitat 67

Habitat 67 in Montreal, Canada.  these are cool to see I ahve a picture somewhere that I took of these

Canadian architect Moshe Safdie designed and built this extraordinary experimental housing complex made up of modular concrete units for the 1967 World Expo in Montreal. Named Habitat the apartment complex was Safdie& attempt to redesign urban living,

Habitat 67 by Moshe Safdie |  ...a three dimensional landscape of stacked concrete boxes, each with their own outdoor spaces and connecting "streets" above ground level. ...modular development of 158 homes beside the Saint Lawrence River in the centre of Montreal. Image courtesy of Shutterstock  The 12-storey complex smooth concrete finish

Client: Canadian Corporation for the 1967 World ExhibitionAssociate Architects: David, Barott, BoulvaProgram: 365 prefabricated units, 158 dwellingsTotal Program Area: sq.m)Completed: 1967

Clásicos de Arquitectura: Hábitat 67,© Juan Muñoz

Galería de Clásicos de Arquitectura: Hábitat 67 / Moshe Safdie - 9

Clásicos de Arquitectura: Hábitat 67,© Juan Muñoz

Kye Munroe - there needs to be more of this in the world inspirational over practical or conventional - or it will only ever happen in photoshop

It's called Habitat and exists in Montreal Canada. I had the pleasure of living in one of those Units for a Month in Fantastic view everywhere.

pastel perfection

Pastel Color Palette Inspiration by AphroChic for exterior

WoZoCo, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1994 -97: The extruded design of this seniors housing project allowed each unit good lighting, preserved common green space and conformed to height restrictions. #Architecture #WoZoCo

WoZoCo, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1994 The extruded design of this seniors housing project allowed each unit good lighting, preserved common green space and conformed to height restrictions.

Very Unusual Houses Around The World

Very Unusual Houses Around The World

A balancing act? Looks like the elevator is holding the whole building up.

Canadian architect Moshe Safdie designed and built this extraordinary experimental housing complex made up of modular concrete units for the 1967 World Expo in Montreal. Named Habitat 67, the apartment complex was Safdie's attempt to redesign urban living,

Habitat 67: Montreal's Prefab Pixel City

Canadian architect Moshe Safdie designed and built this extraordinary experimental housing complex made up of modular concrete units for the 1967 World Expo in Montreal. Named Habitat the apartment complex was Safdie's attempt to redesign urban living,

A-lab . Deg 42 Office building . Oslo

Dronning Eufemias Gate 42 / A-Lab

Habitat 67: Montreal’s Prefab Pixel City | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Habitat 67: Montreal's Prefab Pixel City

Canadian architect Moshe Safdie designed and built this extraordinary experimental housing complex made up of modular concrete units for the 1967 World Expo in Montreal. Named Habitat the apartment complex was Safdie's attempt to redesign urban living,

Stefano Boeri Bosco Verticale apartment block being built in Milan. Imagine being up that high and still having greenery to look at - I think it's brilliant!

The battle to save London's green spaces

Bosco Verticale is a towering structure, currently under construction in Milan, Italy. Once complete, the tower will be home to the world's first vertical forest. Read more: Bosco Verticale in Milan Will Be the World's First Vertical Forest

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