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5/6 House by Atelier rzlbd

5-6_house_by_atelier_rzlbd-1.jpg Via @archdaily, a light-filled house in Toronto, Canada: “5 out of 6 modules shift in every level to form the living spaces, and one is removed to allow for visual communication and natural light.”


“When on the ground floor a void opens up to the basement, and on the upper level a floor is removed to form a double height living room below.” More at Atelier rzlbd. Photo: borXu Design.


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