Israeli-Canadian architect, metropolitan designer, educator, theorist, and author who designed Habitat 67, a magic size housing complicated and landmark in Montreal. He graduated from McGill University or college in 1961, and he became an apprentice to Louis Kahn. He relocated to Jerusalem following a conclusion of Habitat 67, where he opened up a branch workplace in 1970 and done such tasks as Yad Vashem and Mamilla Shopping mall. He was known for his greatly geometric design that was centered on dramatic curves and perspectives as well as for his tactical arrangement of open up and green areas. His family members was surviving in Haifa when he was created, however they relocated to Montreal in 1953. He wedded his first wife, Nina Nusynowicz, in 1959, with whom he fathered a child and a child. He later on remarried to professional photographer Michal Ronnen in 1981 by whom he also fathered two daughters. His nephew, Dov Charney, was the creator and CEO of American Clothing. He continuing the Modernist custom pioneered by Frank Lloyd Wright.