"This will always be a special
place for me. I don't think I will ever tire of taking walks along the
waterfront or among trees and gardens".
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It is always interesting to note how Habitat dwellers have transformed their homes into
spaces they call their own.
Two long-time residents are renowned for having impressed their signature style
upon Moshe Safdies architectural landmark, Habitat 67. To enter their home, one almost
forgets that they are standing within a housing complex famous for its prefabricated, mass-produced, repetitive
While 95% of the residences at Habitat vary between two, three,
and four boxes, this particular eight-module home is by far the complex's
largest. Its occupants have been Habitat veterans for over a
quarter of a century and, as two of the complexs original residents,
they have steadfastly collected neighbouring units with the same
dedication with which they've acquired the large collection of rugs,
tapestries, art work and period furniture adorning their home.