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196 views • February 14, 2021

This Designer's Own Melbourne Terrace Home Uses Every Square Millimetre - A Designer's Home ep09

The Design Emotive
At only 5m wide, this Melbourne terrace home of designer Dan Gayfer needed to make use of every square millimetre to ensure enough space, flexibility and functionality for his family. He did this by really analysing the needs of his family, such as, did they really need a dedicated laundry room, or would they prefer more living space? A feature of this home are the tiles used throughout, in conventional areas such as the bathrooms and kitchen splashback, but also in places you wouldn't expect them, like the rear exterior facade. There was functional reasoning behind this, for their durability and low maintenance, but also, Dan's father is a tiler and did the tiling for his own home, which is a special bond to have. Floor plans, photographs and more; Support The Design Emotive! Check out my Patreon at - you can get early access to new videos, ad-free videos, exclusive content and more. See more of Dan Gayfer Design Website - Instagram - Join the mailing list to have episodes delivered straight to your inbox; For More from The Design Emotive Website - Instagram - Pinterest - Facebook - Twitter - Mailing list - Patreon - And don't forget to like, share and subscribe. _________________________________ Produced by The Design Emotive Directed by Anthony Richardson Camera Operated by Anthony Richardson Edited by Anthony Richardson Music from YouTube Audio Library _________________________________ #ADesignersHome #AustralianHomes #HouseTour _________________________________
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