The Osler House is definitely not a typical home design. Usually fluid in their levels and shape, this home design by Marcio Kogan instead creates a visible divide between the levels, turning one 90 degrees to create a sort of suspended t-shaped design.
The Osler House has a base concrete level that houses all the rooms, on top of that is an upper level that both faces the opposite directions of the lower level, but is entirely windows and acts as a sort of 360 degree viewing area.
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