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An undulating roof made of cedar and steel flows out of a pool house in Ontario

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June 17, 2021

Grace Ebert

All images courtesy of partisans

A steel lath roof curls over a plot in southwest Ontario, providing a meditative enclave beneath its gently sloping cover. In contrast to the stark black metal with softer cedar stripes “Fold house” by Partisans has a two-story living area with an elongated, undulating structure that branches off to one side. It is divided by a staircase that leads to an upper walkway and covers a luxurious sunken pool.

Partisans is a Toronto-based architecture firm that often works with organic shapes and textures that you can see on his website and Instagram. (above This is not luck)

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#Wood

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