Designing for Multigenerational Living: Spaces that Accommodate Everyone
“Designing is a constant challenge to balance comfort with luxe, the practical with the desirable.”
India is a country where the family culture still prevails. Most of the houses accommodate at least three generations.
Let us understand a few points we should consider while designing multigenerational homes:
- Entrances: The entrance should be wide enough & sufficiently lit to cater to all age groups. It should not be a narrow passage. There should be no hindrances while entering the house.
- Bathrooms: The bathrooms are the most sensitive place in the house. It should not be slippery & should have enough support for holding in case of a fall. Proper segregation of wet & dry areas resulting in low maintenance.
- Staircase: The staircase should be wide enough & should not have high risers. Also, handrails should have a comfortable grip. Also, the flooring should not be very slippery.
- Kitchen: A kitchen is a place that can be very dangerous & harmful if not designed properly. It includes both fire & water elements. Also, there are various chemicals & powders placed in the kitchen that add to the taste but can be hazardous if not used aptly. The total height should be as per the residents. Also, everything should be easily accessible.
- Balcony: This is a rejuvenating area. The main concern in this area is the railing. Kids usually tend to climb on the railing. It’s important to design railing as per the prevailing age group of the residents.
It’s important to hire the best interior designer in your city in order to cater to the design needs of all age groups residing at your home.
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