Habitats 2067: exhibit on futuristic eco-responsible neighbourhoods



© Anders Berensson Architects, 2015

The only modern building classified as a “historic monument,” Habitat 67 is impressive due to its ingenuity, unique look and minimalism. In the mid-1960s, architect Moshe Safdie imagined a sustainable neighbourhood offering quality of life in an urban environment, and he created this residential complex in Cité du Havre on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. Fifty years later, we have yet to integrate his vision into our current neighbourhoods. If we do not rethink the way we design our neighbourhoods, the environmental impact on cities will be huge.

Through a colourful and interactive journey, discover how to build futuristic, eco-responsible neighbourhoods. Will we be able to meet this objective by 2067? The countdown has begun.

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