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Toronto's Tetris Inspired Home

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We have all played the game “Tetris” at least once in our lives. We were mesmerized by the magic of geometry and rewarded by our efficiency. For rzlbd Tetris is not just a game of block arrangement and fast performance, but it is a quest of effective design. If a designer of space was to be structured as Tetris blocks, there would be virtually zero wasted space within a building.
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  Towards the end of the day, when dusk arrives, the glowing lights from the interior gives the feeling that each volume is floating in space.  Photo by: borXu Design
    Towards the end of the day, when dusk arrives, the glowing lights from the interior gives the feeling that each volume is floating in space.

    Photo by: borXu Design

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  The view looking towards the South elevation in a linear manner starting from the kitchen countertop, dining area and heading towards the patio. All kitchen necessities perfectly lined with all surrounding details.  Photo by: borXu Design
    The view looking towards the South elevation in a linear manner starting from the kitchen countertop, dining area and heading towards the patio. All kitchen necessities perfectly lined with all surrounding details.

    Photo by: borXu Design

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  The recessed black ceiling introduces a contrast between the kitchen area and other parts of the house.  Photo by: borXu Design
    The recessed black ceiling introduces a contrast between the kitchen area and other parts of the house.

    Photo by: borXu Design

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  The living area bathed with natural light both from the ceiling to floor glass walls and the void from the second floor allowing one to enjoy tremendous amount of daylight.  Photo by: borXu Design
    The living area bathed with natural light both from the ceiling to floor glass walls and the void from the second floor allowing one to enjoy tremendous amount of daylight.

    Photo by: borXu Design

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  The linear philosophy once again viewed. Starting from top to bottom, void from second floor to glass wall to the glass floor basement.  Photo by: borXu Design
    The linear philosophy once again viewed. Starting from top to bottom, void from second floor to glass wall to the glass floor basement.

    Photo by: borXu Design

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  At a wider shot, the long millwork is designed to be as long as the building length itself providing the owner with an immensely amount of storage.  Photo by: borXu Design
    At a wider shot, the long millwork is designed to be as long as the building length itself providing the owner with an immensely amount of storage.

    Photo by: borXu Design

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  Looking downwards from the second floor, the void creates an invisible barrier between the family room and the living area. The reflection from the skylight exaggerates the idea of an even more depth within the house.  Photo by: borXu Design
    Looking downwards from the second floor, the void creates an invisible barrier between the family room and the living area. The reflection from the skylight exaggerates the idea of an even more depth within the house.

    Photo by: borXu Design

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