Habitat 67 Project, Montreal, Canada
We were honored recently to have the opportunity to work at the world famous "Habitat 67" project in Montreal, Canada. Expo's Habitat 67 was a revolutionary building designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie. It was constructed using 354 pre-fabricated concrete modular units, measuring approximately 17 by 38 feet in size. After casting, each unit was furbished and weighed 70 - 90 tons when lifted into place. One of the few Expo 67 buildings still being used for its original purpose, it contains 158 dwellings with 20 types of houses ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms with each unit environmentally placed to optimize living conditions.
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