As interesting as it is unique, Toronto’s “Integral House,” an award-winning residence commissioned by famous mathematician and author James Stewart in 1999 and designed by Shim-Sutcliffe, has recently hit the market.
Known for its impressive architecture and design elements, the four-bedroom, eight-bathroom home spans 18,000 square feet of original living space stretching over five stories and overlooking the breathtaking Rosedale Ravine.
With a stunning exterior made of glass and oak, the home includes a seriously legit performance space with room for 150 people, as well as a stairwell surrounded by handblown laminated blue glass and an indoor/outdoor swimming pool perfect for those who just can’t make up their minds.
Quoted as being “one of the most important private houses built in North America” by Glenn D. Lowry, director of New York’s MoMA, the home’s unique, curving architecture makes it feel like you’re living inside an accordion, which, we promise, is much more appealing than it sounds.
Listed for: $28 million CAD