A unit of the iconic Habitat ’67 renovated by Safdie Architects

On the occasion of the pioneering building’s 50th anniversary, the apartment that belonged to Moshe Safdie has been donated to the public.

Safdie Architects refurbished the apartment belonging to the Canadian architect in his project-icon Habitat ’67.

The residential complex, which was in principle Moshe Safdie’s thesis project, in 2017 turned 50 and was celebrated with a major exhibition at UQAM, the Universite du Quebec a Montreal.

The space has been renovated both inside and out, with technological improvements that make it termically efficient. It will be used as a study space and open to guided tours.

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