The Parallelogram House Helps Reshape a Sleepy Canadian City

The Parallelogram House Helps Reshape a Sleepy Canadian City

By Karen Burshtein / Photos by Kamil Bialous
With an unusually angular house, a Canadian studio builds on a practice known for striking silhouettes.

Founded by Sasa Radulovic, originally from Sarajevo, and Johanna Hurme, from Helsinki, the 5468796 Architecture collective explores a different approach to siting, one that abandons traditional footprints in favor of houses that respond to their lots. In setting up shop in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the pair came to a place quite antithetical to that concept.

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