If Walls Could Speak: My Life in Architecture

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If Walls Could Speak is a book by Moshe Safdie, a renowned architect known for his iconic structures such as Habitat in Montreal, the Yad Vashem memorial in Israel, the Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas, and the Marina Bay Sands development and Jewel Changi airport interior garden and waterfall in Singapore. In the book, Safdie shares his experiences and insights as an architect, from the spark of imagination through the design process and beyond. He also shares stories about what has inspired him throughout his career and discusses his vision for the role of architecture in society. The book is illustrated with drawings, sketches, photographs, and documents from Safdie’s firm’s archives and includes a chapter outlining seven projects Safdie would pursue if resources and will were not an issue. If Walls Could Speak offers a unique perspective on architecture and will change the way readers appreciate built structures.

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If Walls Could Speak: My Life in Architecture
If Walls Could Speak: My Life in Architecture

Amazon.com Price:  $26.99 (as of 31/01/2023 17:05 PST- Details)

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