march 20, 2017steffen welsch architects have designed a small home in melbourne, australia, that consists of five separate rooms designed specifically for living, working, sleeping, dining, and entertaining, as well as four courtyards that serve to both separate and connect the home, depending on the needs of who’s home. let’s take a look around.at the front of the home, a combination of grey brick and wood paneling covers the front exterior. protruding bricks at the front add texture and depth, while the wood paneling that matches the trims of the windows and the fence adds warmth and a natural look to the home.through the front door, a long hallway lined with art leads to the various rooms or pavilions. white walls and clerestory windows help keep the home feeling airy and naturally bright.in the first bedroom, light wood paneling lines the wall behind the bed and matches the bed frame and the night stand, creating a unified look, adding warmth, and keeping the room bright.in one of the bathrooms there’s bright green flooring and built-in shelving in the shower, and a floor-to-ceiling wood framed door that opens off the shower into the courtyard just outside.in another bedroom, again, a wood paneled feature wall behind the bed adds a natural touch to the room and unites the other wood details, like the frame around the sliding glass door. the sliding glass door opens u...