After Euclid, Toronto’s Jim Stewart is the most published
mathematician in the world. Stewart spent a decade and a small fortune building
the home of his dreams to reflect his two obsessions: curves and music. The
completed home, called Integral House, provides him with both. A stunning
architectural gem of subtly curved wood and vast, evocative spaces, the house
stands in Toronto’s Rosedale neighborhood and is considered by many one of the
city’s best performance spaces. Stewart took joy in hosting his trademark
musical evenings with world-class guests, including the likes of
Grammy–nominated Canadian soprano Measha Brueggergosman, featured in the film.
This debut film by landscape designer and artist Joseph Clement is an
impressive work of art with its masterful combination of beautiful soundscapes
and gorgeous architectural details. It ultimately delivers a finely crafted
portrait of Stewart and his beloved home.
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