It may only be 5 metres wide but as the architectural firm Dan Gayfer Design explains it’s all about “… a high level of functionality, flexibility, interaction and detail in a house with high ceilings, a high roofline and high levels of natural light.” It’s also high on style. The perfect partnering of spatial design and good looks. What can I say. It really is a High House.
Photos by Dean Bradley
oh the pink tile in the bathroom AND the exterior sitting space ! so clever and unexpected.
Really love this. A full house of family!
Such a clever design. Great use of a narrow space. Can't say I love the tiles but I do love everything else.
I love how modern this house looks yet it is still child friendly. There are quite a few narrow row houses here in Philly and I have seen some very cluttered. That is not the case here.
I love any house that uses cheap materials (plywood, concrete, basic tiles) in creative ways to produce a designer look.