Homage to brutalist icon inspires a habitat made of pixels

In what Bjarke Ingels says will be a striking departure for the city’s architecture, the Danish architect has designed a homage to Moshe Safdie’s Habitat 67 for Toronto, Canada. King Street West will appear like a mass of undulating pixels flowing up and over buildings that are already on the site.
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