The “Habitat 67” building, located along the river in Montreal, is one of the most fascinating structures. It was built for the exhibition in 1967. The structure has since evolved into a unique architectural experience. It was intended to be typical middle-class housing.
Therefore, the architects opted for specific modular blocks to save on construction. Although it looks like they were inadvertently arranged in a random order from the outside, it was all done on purpose.
The separations between the blocks have been designed to allow enough sunlight and fresh air to reach each apartment.
Buyers of this property received a beautiful home with lots of natural light and breathtaking views. Additionally, those who live in these apartments have access to a fully equipped entertainment area located immediately on the roof of a lower unit.