What exactly is a multi-generational home? It should be a building whose design facilitate common living of two or even three generations.
This is actually how parents and their generations can live happily together, but it’s always up to good architecture and living space where they could have their own private space too. It is a place where “happy family” is a real slogan. It is not an easy task, but contemporary design is always forward-thinking and ready to cope with finding an alternative solution.
Modern Gable house – Мulti-generational home
But is there any good multi-generational home design worthy of spending money? Here is a great example of a great house, which is also a multi-generational. But let us first explain what gable house is. Well, a gable is the triangle formed by a sloping roof as a building may be front-gabled or side-gabled. A gable roof has a triangular shape, whether the gable is seen on the front and rear of the house or on either side. There are also different pitches and designs of gable roofs.
Modern multi-generational home by BUB Architekten
The German architects BUB Archtekten made this multi-generational gable house plan which is essentially two houses in one, offering attached accommodations while maintaining a feeling of privacy. It is a German home that features an east and west gable, one occupied by the parents, and the other by the children and their children. There is a common area that connects the two volumes, with marvelous panoramic views of the countryside. It features a modern, minimalist, clean interior punctuated by modern details like vibrant colors contrasting natural elements like stone and wood. There is a patio extending the length of the house between the two volumes, which offers an outdoor entertaining area from which to enjoy the beautiful sunsets.
Modern house by BUB Architekten
Modern minimalist interior design
Interior design -the corridor
Fireplace in the living room