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This is the home of a mathematics professor, built on a ravine lot in Toronto's exclusive Rosedale neighborhood. It was built with money from the royalties of his very successful calculus books, probably that is why it is called 'integral house'. The picture was taken from a trail in the bottom of the ravine before the leaves on the trees obscure the view of its impressive front. From the street the house looks quite plain, as can be seen in the picture in the Workshop

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