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Moshe Safdie

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Works Habitat '67, at Montreal, Canada, 1967.
National Gallery of Canada, at Ottawa, Canada, 1986 to 1988.
City of Modi'in, Israel, 1989.
Montreal Art Museum, at Montreal, Canada, 1991.
Vancouver Public Library, at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1992 to 1995.—
Peabody Essex Museum, at Salem, Massachusetts, 2003.—
Salt Lake City Public Library, at Salt Lake City, Utah, 2000 to 2003—
Yad Vashem Museum at the Holocaust center, Jerusalem, Israel, 2005
Yitzhak Rabin Center, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2010.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, 2010.—
Khalsa Heritage Center, at Anandpur Sahib, Punjab, India, 2011.
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, at Kansas City, Missouri, 2011—
United States Institute of Peace, at Washington, District of Columbia, 2011—
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, at Bentonville, Arkansas, 2011—

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Biography Moshe Safdie

(b. Haifa, Israel 1938)

Moshe Safdie was born in Haifa, Israel in 1938. He trained at McGill University in Montreal from 1955 until 1961. After working two years in the office of Louis I. Kahn, he started his own practice in Montreal. Later, he moved to the U.S. where he established an practice and taught at Harvard.

Influenced by his graduate thesis, Safdie refined a series of "Habitat" designs which revolved around a cellular housing scheme. Initially his ideas proved expensive and difficult to construct, but Safdie introduced the cellular scheme in several areas including New York and Puerto Rico where his ideas were successfully initiated.

His Israeli period also produced a number of impressive urban insertion projects and various town-planning schemes.

References
Dennis Sharp. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Architects and Architecture. New York: Quatro Publishing, 1991. ISBN 0-8230-2539-X. NA40.I45. p133.

Details

Moshe Safdie and Associates, Boston Office
100 Properzi Way
Somerville, MA 02143, USA
617-629-2100 vox
617-629-2406 fax

Resources Sources on Moshe Safdie

"", by Michael Cockram, ArchitectureWeek No. 548, 2012.0201, pD1.1.

"", by Noam Dvir, Haaretz, 2012.0203.

"", by Katherine Gustafson, ArchitectureWeek No. 539, 2011.1109, pD1.1.

"", by Kevin Matthews, ArchitectureWeek No. 501, 2010.12156, pD1.1.

"", by David Owen, ArchitectureWeek No. 341, 2007.0711, pD1.1.

"", by ArchitectureWeek, ArchitectureWeek No. 181, 2003.0211, Salt Lake City Public Library, pN1.2.

"", by Michael Crosbie, ArchitectureWeek No. 159, 2003.0820, pD1.1.

"", by Lili Eylon, ArchitectureWeek No. 113, 2002.0904, pC1.1.

Moshe Safdie (Editor), Irena Zantovska Murray (Editor). Moshe Safdie : Buildings and Projects, 1967-1992. Montreal: McGill Queens University Press, May 1996. Inventory (on CD-ROM) by Laura E. Dent and Percy Johnson. ISBN 0-7735-1510-0. — Book and CD-ROM combo, produced by the Moshe Safdie archives. Available at Amazon.com

Moshe Safdie. Beyond Habitat. ASIN 0-0021-1580-8.

Moshe Safdie. Form and Purpose. ASIN 0-3953-1663-4.

  

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