Collection by Luke Hopping

Homes That Make Multigenerational Living Look Good

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If you dread hosting the in-laws, consider taking some design tips from these multigenerational homes, which contain communal spaces for family time as well as sanctuaries for private meditation.

Furnishings inside the home reflect a minimalist sensibility.
The client’s house, located in the center of the building, caters to the couple and their two children.
The kitchen window was designed to look into the Goodchilds' daughter's home.
The flat roof of the Nakhshabs’ energy-efficient home is topped with photo-voltaic panels.
The house Amanda Yates (with her partner, Adam Rose, and their baby, Awa) designed for her parents, David and...
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