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SAFDIE, MOSHE (1938- ).

Israeli-born Canadian architect who became world famous in 1967 with his Habitat 67 built for Expo ’67 in Montreal. His bold experiment in modular prefab housing impacted on contemporary architecture, and later examples are his urban projects in Puerto Rico, Baltimore, and Jerusalem. In 1978, he became professor of urban design at Harvard.

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