If the name James Stewart doesn't ring a bell, think "calculus." Yes, that Stewart, the author of that ubiquitous calculus textbook. He died last December, and his Integral House is now for sale, for a cool $23 million (Canadian, presumably, because the house is in Toronto).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Gorgeous $23 million mansion in the woods has a design inspired by math (CNN.com)

Obituary: James Stewart devoted his life to math and music (The Globe and Mail,Toronto)

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