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Once Upon a Time

Storybook House by Tim Wilson and Christie Petsinis of Folk Architects shows us how well a small space can contain big ideas. The home carefully balances differing narratives, being both functional and fanciful, light in atmosphere but rich in texture, privately inward yet contextualised to the neighbourhood.

Victorian-era terrace houses have particular design constraints – often including complying with heritage overlays, boundary setbacks, and avoidance of overlooking. The

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