Designer and home owner Jeff Geldart, together with
PHAEDRUS Studio, has completed a modern house in Toronto, Canada, that’s been given the name ‘Tesseract’ due to the angles shown on the facade and rear of the home.
The angled portions of the home are highlighted by the use of wood, which directly contrasts the black window frames and the dark steel corrugated siding.
Inside, the matte black kitchen cabinets and island draw the attention in the mostly white interior.
Adjacent to the kitchen is the dining room, that’s furnished with a white dining table surrounded by white chairs, while a large picture window frames the street view.
At the other end of the kitchen and towards the back of the house, is the living room. A minimalist black accent wall matches the kitchen and hides a powder room and mudroom.
A sliding glass door opens the interior to a small wood deck that provides access to the yard.
Back inside, and there’s light wood stairs leading to the upper floor of the home.
At the top of the stairs, there’s visible voids that allow natural light to travel throughout the house.
Ryan Fung | Designer and Home Owner: Jeff Geldart | Collaborator: PHAEDRUS Studio | Structural Engineer: Atkins + Van Groll Consulting Engineers |
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