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


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.


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.


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.


  1. @SimpleDwelling 5 months ago

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

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  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


  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!

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  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

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  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

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  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


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