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Moshe Safdie: Buildings and Projects, 1967-1992

Based on an archive of more than 100,000 of Moshe Safdie’s architectural drawings, plans, sketchbooks, models, and slides housed at McGill University, Moshe Safdie: Buildings and Projects, 1967-1992 is a comprehensive survey of Safdie’s first 25 years of his impressive career. rnrnThe book includes detailed descriptions of approximately 115 projects accompanied by 200 illustrations, and serves as both an introduction to Safdie’s work and an illustrated research guide to his commissions all over the world. In addition to the many projects of the post-Habitat ’67 period, it includes information on other designs such as the Skirball Cultural Center and Museum in Los Angeles, the Cambridge Center in Cambridge, Morgan Hall and Chapel at the Harvard Business School, Rosovsky Hall at Harvard University, the New City of Modi’in in Israel, the Wichita Science Center and Children’s Museum in Kansas City, the National Gallery of Canada and the City Hall in Ottawa, the Musée de la Civilisation in Québec, the Musée des Beaux Arts in Montreal, and the Vancouver Library Square.rnrnThe book also includes a comprehensive bibliography on all Safdie’s major projects and an inventory of the Safdie archive at McGill on CD-ROM.

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