This Woodland Home in Virginia Was Built for Modern, Multigenerational Living

This Woodland Home in Virginia Was Built for Modern, Multigenerational Living

By Georgina Gustin
An adventurous indoor-outdoor home by the Boston practice Höweler + Yoon Architecture acts as a beacon for three generations of a tight-knit family.

When Song and Sam Chung first arrived in the United States from South Korea, with 90 bucks in their pocket and an uncertain future, they may have had an image of a typical American home in their minds. But whatever that long-ago vision, it could not have looked anything like the metal-clad geometry of the Bridge House, their current residence in McLean, Virginia, a suburb of Washington D.C.

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