Sometimes when we post extraordinarily designed homes (like this one) I play make-believe-fantasy-party that I'm in the market for a new home and, oh, what is this? suddenly this interesting home shows up in my MLS listing and (gasp!) it's in my price range. I imagine whether or not I would chose to throw down my cash to live somewhere so extreme (hint: the answer is always yes). The home in today's post is no exception. In fact, it's so damn amazing it's the very first house ever in the history of Design Crisis to be shown completely unfurnished. Just full frontal architecture for you to drool over. Who have I become?
Seriously, could you imagine opening up your MLS search to see this puppy? Do you think you would hyperventilate or just have a heart attack? This Toranto home was custom built (with no budget, time line or design restrictions) for a cool 24 million, so don't expect to tour it with your realtor anytime soon.
How would you dudes feel if I told you this 18,000 square foot home was owned by a math professor? Ok, a math professor who also wrote a slue of successful calculus books, but a matt teacher non-the-less. Pretty bitchin, right?
Ok math students, quick problem for you: if train A leaves the station at 1:00 pm traveling 100 mph and train B leaves the station at 4:30 am traveling 60 miles per hour, how quickly would Karly move the F into this house?
Yes to the yes. I love that the treated wood gives the house a mid-century feel. Not that I'm all mid century crazy these days (I'm not) it's just nice to see a modern home that still feels warm and livable.
And the gold on these stairs drives it home
More stairs, more curves, more wood and concrete. Ok, yes, fine, I'll take it.
PS. this joint was designed by Shim Sutcliffe