Mathematician House

Math can be found everyday, including the “Integral House”, nestled in Rosedale, Toronto, and designed by James Stewart – a millionaire mathematician who made his fortune from writing 30 bestselling calculus textbooks – in collaboration with architects Brigitte Shim and Howard Sutcliffe. Spanning 18,000-square-feet, its flowing curves pay homage to the field of integral calculus, complete with panoramic views of the surrounding forest. Other luxurious amenities include: a private infinity pool and concert hall. Continue reading for more pictures.

Mathematician House
Mathematician House
Mathematician House
Mathematician House
Mathematician House
Mathematician House
Mathematician House
Mathematician House
Mathematician House