Designed by Israeli u2013 Canadian architect Moshe Safdie, Habitat 67 is a exemplary community residential complex in the city of Montreal. Although Safdie failed to win the Pilkington award at the Canadian School of Architecture, his work was highly recognized by the institution. His thesis advisor Sandy Van Ginkel encouraged him to develop the master plan for expo 67, the World Architecture Fair that was held in Montreal in the year 1967. Habitat 67 has 354 prefabricated concrete structure arranged in various permutations and combinations and is twelve storey high. The Habitat 67 won the Lego Architecture Poll in 2012.
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