Geometry can be used in other practices as well, not just in mathematics. For example the House M that was designed by Titus Bernhard a German architect which has borrowed a lot of ideas from the geometry.
The distinctive feature of the property lies in its north-facing slope, which has to be negotiated over two stories to reach the almost flat garden level. This gives rise to the theme of a “house winding up the slope”, with a quarry-stone façade whose color gradient aspires to the light and the garden-related program areas.
Despite its complex geometry, the house is organized in clearly perceivable zones, based initially on additive modules. It has a very imposing exterior and a spectacular interior. It incorporates all the modern features that someone might ever need. In other words, it makes you feel like home.