*3대, 3가구집 [ BETA ] Three-Generation House

3세대가 함께 거주하는 미니아파트입니다. 독일건축가 BETA가 암스테르담에 설계한 하우스의 각층을 연결하는 노란색 내부계단은 주거내부를 수직으로 관통, 물리적인 동선역활과 심미적인 디자인 어휘를 표현합니다.


Dutch architecture studio BETA has built a house in Amsterdam for a multi-generational family with a central yellow staircase connecting their separate accommodation.

BETA designed the Three-Generation House for a couple with young children who already lived in the city, and their parents who wanted to move in.

The architects describe Three-Generation House as a "mini apartment building" that is designed so it can be adapted over time.

The elderly couple currently occupies the apartment at the top of the building, while the bottom floors contain the young family's living spaces.

A lift provides access to the grandparents' apartment, which features level floors for improved accessibility and offers expansive views across the city.

The lower apartment contains an office and living spaces on the ground floor that open onto a garden where the children can play outside.

A central floor currently provides guest accommodation for the upper apartment, but can easily be added to the lower residence if required.

All of the levels are accessed from a staircase positioned at the centre of the building, which serves to divide up the interior spaces and creates a bold focal point.


from dezeen

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