The Mask House is a curious architectural development in a transitioning Toronto neighborhood. The dwelling is the design work of Atelier RZLBD and it occupies a narrow trapezoidal plot.
The appeal of Mask House is contained in its overall expression. The front facade boasts an interestingly irregular shape as the studio attempts to challenge notions of geometry. The inside, on the other hand, delves into spatial dimensions in "playful" ways. It is the combination of these factors that make Mask House a concept worth exploring.
Aside from the obvious experimental grounds, Atelier RZLBD kept its work quite minimalist as the firm was not only restricted by strict zoning laws, but also by high demands from the owner, and a budget that was tight.
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