Habitat 2.0

Bjarke Ingels’ firm BIG also plans to make its mark on Downtown with a modular housing scheme, which is reminiscent of the Habitat 67 experimental housing complex built by Moshe Safdie in Montreal.

Providing 500 apartments on a site between King Street West and Wellington Street, BIG’s scheme will be made up of cuboid modules, each twisted by 45 to create a pixellated effect.

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