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Moshe Safdie achieved worldwide fame when his sensational Habitat pavilion was the showcase of Expo 67. The visionary architect went on to design some of the country's best-known buildings, including the National Gallery of Canada, Vancouver's Library Square and the massive rebuild of Toronto's Pearson Airport. Millions of Canadians experience the power of his architecture daily. CBC looks at Safdie's career.

McGill University's Canadian Architectural Centre launches Safdie website featuring archival material.

Medium: Radio
Program: This Morning
Broadcast Date: March 4, 1999
Guest(s): Moshe Safdie
Host: Dick Gordon
Duration: 22:32

Last updated: June 10, 2013

Page consulted on February 13, 2014

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