›Habitat 67‹

The residential complex ›Habitat 67‹ was designed by the architect Mosche Safdie between 1966 and 1967 and was built as part of the world exhibition Expo 67. It is located in Montreal, Canada, along the Saint Lawrence River, and consists of 354 step-like cuboids. There are a total of 158 residential units, which can accommodate up to 700 residents.

View of Habitat 67 from the harbor, photographer : Ralf Roletschek, public domain
Main picture:
Habitat 67, as seen from street level, public domain