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atelier rzlbd, headed by Reza Aliabadi, was tapped to design a contemporary and minimal house in Toronto that was something however peculiar. The householders journey the world and acquire sculptures from the locations they go to and that’s what impressed the design. A totem is actually sculptures inside a sculpture and the Totem House is constructed as a vertical gallery to exhibit the home-owner’s paintings.
The exterior is usually a big charcoal brick quantity with two small blocks extracted and clad in wooden. It provides the looks that the whole core materials is wooden as an alternative of brick.
Each sculpture was rigorously measured and positioned in a selected niched inside the inside tower. An open staircase connects the three flooring, circulating across the totem, making a gallery to watch the works.
With the exception of the home equipment, every part within the kitchen is hid behind white cupboard doorways that go from flooring to ceiling.
The main bedroom merges the en suite into the sleeping area, flooding each with pure mild. Careful consideration needed to be paid to the moist and dry zones. Marble tiles separate the moist areas and outline the bathe and tub area from the remainder of the area with hardwoods.
I’m guessing privateness isn’t a problem for these home-owner’s as there’s none when it’s bathe time.
Photos by borXu Design .