The 1.46-million-square-foot development features a steel diagrid dome covered with more than 9,300 glass panels and a multi-story terraced landscape.
In a new show on view at the Graham Foundation as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the artist documents the remnants of a utopian building that never was.
On the occasion of Habitat 67’s 50th anniversary, Moshe Safdie addressed a crowd at the Centre de design de l'UQAM and reflected on how we must radically change our thinking if we are to build the dense, liveable cities of our future.
Illustrator Chanel Dehond takes inspiration from Moshe Safdie's seminal work, which turns 50 this week, and turns the building into colorful homes for our animal friends.
Moshe Safdie and the World: New York Retrospective Finds the Architect Adopting a Global Perspective
An ongoing retrospective at New York's National Gallery posits a new international focus for the architect's work.