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Habitat 67 is a housing complex designed by architect Moshe Safdie based on his master's thesis at McGill University and built as part of Expo 67.
Housing was one of the main themes of Expo '67. Habitat '67 then became a thematic pavilion visited by thousands of visitors who came from around the world. During Expo '67 it was also the temporary residence of the many dignitaries coming to Montreal.
It was designed to integrate the variety and diversity of scattered private homes with the economics and density of a modern apartment building. Modular, interlocking concrete forms define the space. The project was designed to create affordable housing with close but private quarters, each equipped with a garden. The building was believed to illustrate the new lifestyle people would live in increasingly crowded cities around the world.
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