Last Update: October 19th, 2017
In 1967, Moshe Safdie reimagined the monolithic apartment building, creating “Habitat ’67,” which gave each unit an unprecedented sense of openness. Nearly 50 years later, he believes the need for this type of building is greater than ever. In this short talk, Safdie surveys a range of projects that do away with the high-rise and let light permeate into densely-packed cities.
Chinese, Traditional translation by Marssi Draw, reviewed by Adrienne Lin.
Moshe Safdie‘s buildings — from grand libraries to intimate apartment complexes — explore the qualities of light and the nature of private and public space.
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