Canadian Architect Moshe Safdie, the Habitat 67 is now considered one of Montreal’s finest pieces of architecture, and a National Heritage Site. The building has been a source of inspiration for architects and designers across the world. It is located beside St. Lawerence River in the city center.



Over 150 homes stacked on top of each other make this 12 storey building. The balconies give view of a well knit society much like the Brazilian Favela and old India. The building debuted in 1967.