The view from the pier was beautiful, like a pile of blocks for children to play with, and like a castle full of holes.
On the other side of the St. Lawrence River, Habbit'67 is the most bizarre building in Montreal. Every house here is built separately and then piled up in a staggered form like containers. At the beginning of the construction, it was aimed at low-income and middle-income groups, providing them with social welfare, but now it has become an unprecedented high-end community. This kind of space planning and design not only contains the solid characteristics of cube, but also shows the intricate aesthetic form. At the same time, it guarantees that every household has the requirement of garden and balcony. It also takes into account the privacy and daylighting, which indicates the future development direction of residential humanization and ecology. But up to now, there is no model, which shows that there are still great defects in this direction! __________
A major case of urban planning, boldly conceived by Israeli architects, gives a sense of the future of the city.
The building of the house reminds me of building blocks and then pulling out a few blocks from the lower floor.