Thursday’s Windows: Thank you, Sandra

I had a hard time choosing a photo for this week – the last week that Sandra Conner will be hosting her “Thursday’s Windows” series. It should be something special…but what do I have that’s different and good enough? Finally I settled on this picture –

WindowsHabitatApartment windows in Habitat 67 in Montreal – a complex made by stacking together identical concrete modules, with each individual unit made by connecting a varying number of modules. I first saw Habitat when it was one of the futuristic highlights of world’s fair Expo 67 – unlike the other fair buildings, most of which are long gone, it seems to have held up very well over the past 45 years!

Sandra, thank you for coming up with this challenge! It’s been an interesting project to participate in. I hope your life calms down a bit and that you have a blessed and happy year ahead of you.

15 responses to “Thursday’s Windows: Thank you, Sandra

  1. I know its irrational but I don’t think I’d like to live in one of those sticky out bits!

  2. What an amazing concept!

  3. Not my sort of building but interesting. I remember seeing pictures of this when it was first built.

  4. I love this building. I would totally live in it! Great picture too, thanks for sharing.

  5. what an interesting building..I may have to ponder whether I like it or not

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