Habitat 2.0: BIG unveils new condo complex for Toronto that rises like a ziggurat
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The dramatic Habitat 2.0 proposal draws inspiration from Moshe Sadie’s Habitat 67, a similarly experimental and blocky housing complex in Montreal that’s also widely revered as a major architectural landmark. Commissioned by developers Westbank and Allied REIT, BIG’s high-density design would comprise 725,000 square feet and over 500 one to three-bedroom apartment units. The mixed-use development clusters retail and other commercial uses at the base of the structures, while the apartments will...