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Four Design Firms' Takes on Multigenerational Living

Four Design Firms' Takes on Multigenerational Living
Four Design Firms' Takes on Multigenerational Living, Namly House by CHANG Architects, A House for Multi-Generation Living. Image © Albert Lim K.S.
Namly House by CHANG Architects, A House for Multi-Generation Living. Image © Albert Lim K.S.

Multigenerational homes are nothing new. But with life expectancy increasing, young people staying longer in their childhood homes, and Baby Boomers aging, children, parents, and grandparents under the same roof might soon become the norm. To explore this possibility, Metropolis Magazine asked four design firms to consider what multigenerational living might look like in the future. Check out each unique take on sharing resources and space by reading the article here.

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Jennifer Whelan
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Cite: Jennifer Whelan. "Four Design Firms' Takes on Multigenerational Living" 09 Jun 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/514034/four-design-firms-takes-on-multigenerational-living/> ISSN 0719-8884