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If Walls Could Speak: My Life in Architecture by Moshe Safdie

A manifesto for the role architecture should play in society.

Canada’s most celebrated architect tells the story of what has inspired him — from childhoods in Israel and Montreal to the projects and personalities worldwide that have captured his imagination, Safdie reveals the complex interplay that underpins every project and his vision for the role architecture can and should play, illustrated throughout with drawings sketches, photographs and documents.

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