The leafy Moore Park Ravine in a 15-drive from downtown Toronto serves as a surprising yet picture-perfect backdrop to this stacked concrete house, the first standalone build from local architect Angela Tsementzis. As Wallpaper details, the stack of heavily glazed volumes starts from the family room on the ground level, which opens to a lush yard, and continues upwards to an open living, dining, and kitchen space cantilevered 15 feet forward. The top level, holding three bedrooms, has an expansive balcony with far-reaching views into the trees. Check out the full gallery and story on Wallpaper.
Concrete House Looks Fabulous Nestled Among Trees in Toronto
So in tune with nature