A common but effective response to an extension to a Victorian terrace is to add a contemporary ‘back box’, opposite the…
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Summary:

This 1850s Victorian terrace house has been enhanced with a series of courtyards, creating a beautiful indoor-outdoor living experience. The courtyards allow natural light and ventilation to flow through the house, while also providing private outdoor spaces for relaxation and entertaining.

Conclusion:

The addition of the courtyards has truly transformed the Victorian terrace house, making it a more modern and enjoyable living space. The integration of indoor and outdoor areas creates a seamless connection to the surrounding environment, enhancing the overall quality of life for the residents.

FAQs:

Q: How do the courtyards benefit the house?
A: The courtyards bring in natural light and ventilation, while also providing private outdoor spaces.

Q: What is the significance of integrating indoor and outdoor areas?
A: The integration creates a seamless connection to the surrounding environment, enhancing the overall quality of life for the residents.



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40 Comments
  1. @SimpleDwelling 5 months ago

    Would you dare to walk across the glass-floor bridge?

    Website article with photographs and the floor plan;
    https://thedesignemotive.com/episodes/homes/fitzroy-bridge-house-matt-gibson-architecture-design

    Watch more home tours;
    https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0UfEaat_p1rid0IMMgO3bhrpNVTyCFhl

  2. @geemail369 5 months ago

    A lotta nods were paid in the making of this video.

  3. @jasonswearingen4675 5 months ago

    Beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

  4. @vickiivins3288 5 months ago

    Magnificent!

  5. @fransirahome 5 months ago

    Unique architecture! And beautiful facade and interior.

  6. @user-yt5hs1fz7c 5 months ago

    Amazing job! I want to say more but the pure perfection of this project left me speechless.

  7. @hman9581 5 months ago

    Too many details and ideas in one basket.

  8. @chadmajor6564 5 months ago

    Is it just me, or was there no picture of the front of the house?

  9. @crazywisdom2 5 months ago

    Very Cool House !

  10. @nodiribragimov1327 5 months ago

    wow that's architectual solution, awosome!

  11. @sallygrover6263 5 months ago

    N I C E… just needs a pet.. Shelters are full and waiting

  12. @perthkraya3209 5 months ago

    This is one video I would have liked to see a drone/serial view of just to be able to place the different areas. Beautiful though. Keep up the great work.

  13. @gilvraywilliams7231 5 months ago

    Wat a cool home

  14. @tanyam3090 5 months ago

    This is probably my favourite designed space I have seen….if I ever have enough money to hire you…I will. I love Fitzroy and I never knew there were spaces like this….. seriously well done. LOVE LOVE LOVE. The consideration of the doors, the hidden storage, access to light and materiality…. Just beautiful

  15. @rgs6236 5 months ago

    It’s a beautiful building but that bridge walkway takes away a lot of the lights…

  16. @kostyanowich 5 months ago

    I'd say, this an extraordinary piece. Love it. thnx

  17. @deplant5998 5 months ago

    Nice architecture but still gloomy. I guess that’s just Melbourne? Not sure why windows couldn’t have been bigger upstairs?

  18. @OrendaDesignStudio 5 months ago

    Amazing design. 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰

  19. @supernovatv4729 5 months ago

    It's amazing what people can do with a lot of money

  20. @longarc8625 5 months ago

    thiết kế rất đẹp!

  21. @tintina6887 5 months ago

    beautiful

  22. @annab704 5 months ago

    Omg these are amazing so clever

  23. @kzkz1263 5 months ago

    the way she's floating around like an NPC 💀 I'd do the same it's amazing

  24. @fatesteyneit2990 5 months ago

    I have watched a lot of home design/architecture videos and I can say that this one is definitely my favorite one.. my dream house <3 T_T

  25. @modernhouse8970 5 months ago

    relaxing video

  26. @oceanmas6159 5 months ago

    Spectacular

  27. @jillianwebb8725 5 months ago

    Beautiful.

  28. @tuberrosa1092 5 months ago

    May I ask why the curtains in the room is curved?

  29. @jileszeed8391 5 months ago

    the way that curtain moves at the end looks like a line of ballet dancers making a very graceful exit. stunning spatial features for a quite narrow house.

  30. @JamesBond-cw8ld 5 months ago

    Это кайф!!!👍👍👍👍👍🔥🔥🔥🔥

  31. @doublebass1966 5 months ago

    Unbelievable! I won’t dare walk the glass bridge but it’s amazing!

  32. @rainbowgalaxy1668 5 months ago

    mosque feel

  33. @benecida 5 months ago

    Absolutely gorgeous.

  34. @kayelle8005 5 months ago

    That courtyard garden is so special.

  35. @kayelle8005 5 months ago

    The way that door is recessed around 5:08 Chef’s kiss

  36. @kayelle8005 5 months ago

    LOVE

  37. @andgo1400 5 months ago

    The house has tones of personality, my favorite room though is the front, dark, Victorian sitting room.

  38. @GhostedStories 5 months ago

    The central courtyard is amazing!

  39. @tc5365 5 months ago

    This seems like an amazing design and really enjoyed this piece, although the way this was filmed made it really difficult to place where everything was and get a sense of how they all fit together; very confusing. Not sure if this was intentional or an oversight by the director.

  40. @ModernARQ 5 months ago

    Gorgeous!

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