Design Boom Hi-lights Bézier Curve House
May 27, 2021
Bortolotto’s Bezier Curve House Exhibits Parametricism in Residential Toronto
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Canadian Architecture Studio BORTOLOTTO realizes its Bézier Curve House with a sweeping and gestural profile.
The house began as the initiative of custom-home builder Farhad Kazmian, owner of Abond homes, to replace his family’s home in Toronto’s Lawrence Park neighborhood. he sought a family home that would also serve as a showpiece for his business — a house that would be the antithesis of the ‘boxy fishbowl.’ searching for a contemporary house with sloped roof, he discovered architect Tania Bortolotto and her eponymous studio’s spirited and sculptural style.
Photography by Tom Arban
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