Moshe Safdie: Buildings and Projects, 1967–1992

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Title
Moshe Safdie: Buildings and Projects, 1967–1992
Abstract
Moshe Safdie (b. 1938), the internationally-renowned Israeli-born, McGill University-educated architect, began his career by designing Habitat 67 for Montreal's 1967 world's fair. In 1990, Safdie donated the first twenty five years of his professional archives to the Blackader-Lauterman archives of McGill University on the occasion of the university's 175th Anniversary and the centennial of the McGill School of Architecture. The collection includes 105,107 drawings, 114 sketchbooks, 117 architectural models, project files, slides, photographs and presentation boards. This book is a systematic catalogue of all the documents relevant to the 115 projects that form the Safdie Archive at McGill.
Place
Montreal and Kingston
Publisher
Published for Canadian Architectural Collection, Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art, McGill University by McGill-Queen's University Press
Date
1996
Language
en
Citation
šZantovská Murray, Irena, ed. Moshe Safdie: Buildings and Projects, 1967–1992. Montreal and Kingston: Published for Canadian Architectural Collection, Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art, McGill University by McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1996.
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