The idea for this home began with the geometric puzzle often presented to children using various shapes that have to be connected together to create a perfect square. The various shapes were extracted in various places to create a one-of-a-kind layout and design.
The front of the duplex. Windows on this home would have a tech feature of various settings for privacy or enjoying the views as desired.
The back of the duplex continues the same variety of shapes as the front but at different depths.
The entrance for the upper home.
The bathroom on the 4th floor.
The landing on the fourth floor. The door to the left leads to the bathroom. The double doors lead to the master bedroom, and the door to the right leads to the second bedroom.
Another view of the landing on the fourth floor.
Another view of the bathroom on the fourth floor.
The second bedroom for children features many geometric patterns scattered throughout the room as well as a geometric bookshelf and furniture.
Another view of the second bedroom. The door is backed with a mirror finish.
The master bedroom on the fourth floor. Again, many geometric patterns are found throughout the space and an angled bathroom sits at the back corner of the room with a step down for added height in that space.
Another view of the master bedroom.
The sitting area of the master bedroom with a gorgeous view and many geometric features.
The master bathroom features severe angles.
This is the second floor - the bedroom space for the lower home.
The bed area itself is full of many geometric patterns, but they are balance in size and kept soft in color.
The bathroom on this floor features even more patterns and geometric elements.
The shower area has angled glass panes to bring in additional light.
Beyond the bed area is a closet pass-through.
The view of the closet pass-through that sits behind the bed.
This is the first floor - the lower level of the bedroom space just featured. It is a very open concept and is arranged to host a large gathering of friends or to group both families together.
Past the stairs sits a powder room for guests. Again, geometric patterns are balanced with color and size of pattern.
Even a small powder room can have varying textures and geometric shapes and patterns without feeling overwhelming.
The sofa has a very subtle small geometric pattern on it to let the larger patterns on the pillows and rug stand out. The tables in the space have a very geometric feel, being stacked circles of varying sizes. Even the entry table beyond has a geometric pattern.
The front and back doors are full glass lined with geometric shapes. The interior is kept minimal to let the geometric patterns and shapes shine without feeling cluttered.
View towards the back of the home.
A separate seating area for sitting by the fire and watching the snow fall.
A panorama of the first floor.
These images are unfortunately a bit out of order. This is the 3rd floor. The first level of the upper home unit. More geometric patterns are introduced in this area.
The pillows, sofa, area rug, ottomans, and base of the coffee table feature patterns of varying shapes and sizes.
View from the living room looking on to the rest of the home.
The staircase is backed with the same geometric tiling as in the kitchen with the soft tones for the large bold print.
This home also features a cozy seating area for sitting by the fire.
The side table, sofa, pillows, and flooring all feature geometric patterns.