Stalking a suburban tardis

Posted on Mon, 1 Aug 2011 by midcenturyjo

Doctor Who fans will know the secret of the tardis. Bigger on the inside than it appears on the out. Who could imagine such high open spaces could be lurking behind this narrow single fronted house in Port Melbourne? A clever extension lifts the space to follow the roof pitch and seamlessly melds the inside and out. Features that speak to me are the  two “open” bathrooms, the way light is brought into the centre of the house through a series of pitched skylights and a clever open garden room. Link here while it lasts.

Apiwat says:

Nature fused with anything creates wonderful scenery.

Nora says:

When can i buy such a house like these?

Lorrie Miller says:

This is the first time I've ever seen a tank less toilet what an interesting concept for a house this is absolutely amazing and innovative showing that houses do not have to be huge on the outside to be spacious inside.

Avianti says:

Wow! this is beautiful! This is Australia? is that typical for the area? I really want to go to Australia now! Thank you for sharing!

Spiffy Spools says:

Wow, this one is seriously deceptive! Love love love!

avianti says:

High ceiling rooms are beautiful.

Sanjay says:

Wow ! It is really amazing and beautiful. I can't even imagine such a wonderful house.

Barbara says:

Wow really awesome. Maybe I will have one like that one day

Mary-Ellen says:

What an amazing place!

zeeshan ali says:

very beautiful interior designe

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