COME TOGETHER. The Architecture of Multigenerational Living
Grand Designs for Grandparents, Grandkids and Everybody in between
Three, four, or sometimes more generations of the same family often opt to live together under one roof. The 20th-century emphasis on a single-family home for suburbanites or a swanky bachelor pad is falling short of modern needs, instead, we are seeing more tiers of the family unit preferring to live together.
Come Together explores the why, what, where, and perhaps most importantly, the how, of homes that succeed to be liveable for multiple generations. With insight from inhabitants cohabiting in multi-generational homes, this book explores subjects such as the opportunity to care for one another, how to save on costs, and why this lifestyle can forge closer relationships. Featuring architecturally stunning designs from around the globe and voices of leading architects championing the benefits of this family-style living, Come Together points to the changing face of the family home.
> Joann Plockova is a renowned design writer who contributes to the New York Times international homes section, which is where a feature on multigenerational homes fueled her interest in this revived way of living. She also writes for the likes of Monocle, Azure, and the Financial Times House & Home. She lives and works from Prague, her adopted home, and the US, her original one.
Veste editoriale: Cartonato Formato: 21x26 Pagine: 288 Immagini a colori: Immagini b/n: Lingua: GB Anno: Ottobre 2021