A TED2002 Jewel: Moshe Safdie, Yad Vashem Architect, about What Makes a Building Unique

April 19, 2009 3 Comments by maya



moshe_sfadieMoshe Safdie‘s a triple citizen of Canada, Israel and the United States, three places where the bulk of his buildings can be found: in Canada, the National Gallery in Ottawa, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Vancouver public library. For Yad Vashem, the Holocaust museum in Jerusalem, he designed the Children’s Memorial and the Memorial to the Deportees; he’s also built airport terminals in Tel Aviv. In the US, he designed the elegant and understated Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Masachusetts, and under construction now is the Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas, set to open in 2010.

3 Comments

  1. rambos
    8 years ago

    this guy is a genious

  2. Azarchitects
    8 years ago

    your right about that. I’m studing his work in one of my classes

  3. architect in arizona
    8 years ago

    great renders i wonder what program they used

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