Intergenerational loft was built for a family of three generations designed by Dangermond Keane Architecture in Portland, Oregon. A perfect mix of modern design and original construction, this renovation connects a much needed 1,200 square feet of new living space to an existing loft via a small elevator. The new level contains two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a library/office space, a loft for storage and play and a small kitchen. Designed primarily for a young girl and her grandmother, the project expands their living space and relocates them a floor below the main living area where the parents live. Playful yet refined, the design seeks to meet each of their individual needs while maintaining the intimacy of their relationship.
Photos: Lincoln Barbour
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