March 2024

Moshe Safdie (Haïfa 14th july 1938) is an Israeli-Canadian-American architect, urban planner, educator, theorist, and author. In 1964, Safdie established Safdie Architects in Montreal to undertake work on Habitat 67, an adaptation of his thesis at McGill University. Habitat 67 was selected by Canada as a central feature of Expo 67. The project pioneered [peacock prose] the design and implementation of three-dimensional, prefabricated units for living.

Harvard Business School Class of 1959 Chapel,Cambridge, Massachtusetts

Habitat '67, Montréal, Québec

Ottawa City Hall, Ottawa, Canada

Over a celebrated 50-year career, Safdie has explored the essential principles of socially responsible design through a comprehensive and humane design philosophy. Today, Safdie Architects is headquartered in Somerville, Massachusetts, with additional offices in Jerusalem, Toronto, Shanghai, and Singapore. The business is organized as a partnership. Among the wide range of his projects, Marina Bay Sands, a mixed-use resort integrated with Singapore's iconic Skypark.

Palm Jumeirah Gateway Mosque, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Marina Bay Sands - ArtScience Museum, Singapore

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Safdie has been the recipient of numerous awards, honorary degrees, and civil honors including the Companion of the Order of Canada, the Gold Medal from both the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the American Institute of Architects, the National Design Award for Lifetime Achievement by the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian, and recently the Wolf Prize in Architecture—awarded for a career motivated by the social concerns of architecture and formal experimentation.

Habitat Qinhuangdao, Qinhuangdao, China

Altair Residences, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Mei'Lin Towers, Shenzhen, China

MAD Architects, Absolute Towers, Mississauga, Canada

Trahan Architects, Expo Georgia Convention Center, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia

Provencher_Roy, Grand Quai and Port of Montréal Tower, Canada

MoDus Architects, Damiani Holz & Ko Office, Bressanone, Italy

ALA architects, Helsinki Central Library Oodi, Finland

Barclay&Crousse Architecture, Paracas Museum, Paracas, Peru (Ph. Erieta Attali, JP Crousse)

AW², Banyan Tree Alula, Alula, Saudi Arabia

ADR, Bučina Cottage, Horní Malá Úpa, Czech Republic

Vigsnæs+Kosberg++ Arkitekter, The Rabot Tourist Cabin, Okstindan, Nordland, Norway

Snøhetta, Tungestølen Tourist Cabin, Luster, Norway (Ph. Jan M. Lillebø)

BXB Studio, The Polish Farmhouse, Bulowice, Poland

NOA ,Olympic Sauna, San Giovanni Di Fassa - Vigo, Trentino, Italy

Arch. Massimo Gnocchi and Arch. Paolo Danes, The Mountain Refuge

ALPI DESIGN AWARDS est le prix international de l’association ALPI+MILANO APS qui, en partenariat avec l’Arca International, souhaite décerner une reconnaissance importante aux concepteurs, aux professionnels et aux entreprises qui réalisent des projets et des produits durables pour la montagne.   

ALPI DESIGN AWARDS is the international award of the ALPI+MILANO APS Association in partnership with l’Arca International, who want to assign an important recognition to designers, professionals and companies that create projects and products for the sustainability of the mountains.  

ALPI DESIGN AWARDS è il premio internazionale dell’Associazione ALPI+MILANO APS in partnership con l’Arca International, che vogliono assegnare un importante riconoscimento ai designer, professionisti e aziende che realizzano progetti e prodotti per la sostenibilità della Montagna.

BoConcept®, Nawabari Collection by BIG

Quartzforms®, Collection Ocean Midnight

ligne roset®, Togo Angle by Michel Ducaroy

MIDJ, Bolle Collection by Paola Navone

Ceramiche Keope, Relais Castello di Casiglio, Italy

Unical, Nua pellet stove

Nissan, X-Trail Mountain Rescue