“The Chungs’ story is about generations and culture, and how the intersections are accommodated, even enhanced, by beautiful, sensitive design,” says Georgina Gustin. A longtime food policy and farming writer, Gustin lives in Washington, D.C., and trekked across the Potomac to cover the Chungs' mulitgenerational abode in Virginia. “The views of the trees in the back, framed through giant windows, connect the house to nature—a kind of backdrop to the story.”

Favorite public space: “The Vietnam Memorial is a testament to the power of minimalism—and as moving a place as you’ll ever visit.”  Meet the Faces Behind Our Outdoor Issue by Dwell

Meet the Faces Behind Our Outdoor Issue

“The Chungs’ story is about generations and culture, and how the intersections are accommodated, even enhanced, by beautiful, sensitive design,” says Georgina Gustin. A longtime food policy and farming writer, Gustin lives in Washington, D.C., and trekked across the Potomac to cover the Chungs' mulitgenerational abode in Virginia. “The views of the trees in the back, framed through giant windows, connect the house to nature—a kind of backdrop to the story.”

Favorite public space: “The Vietnam Memorial is a testament to the power of minimalism—and as moving a place as you’ll ever visit.”

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