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Here are four houses from Amsterdam to Tokyo that use spatial design to help different generations live together long term.
Jingdezhen, China – The Frame Awards 2020-winning space by AZL Architects shows just as much attention to highly detailed handiwork as the ceramics that come out of the kiln itself.
Shanghai – AZL Architects designed a cross-generational house in the rural outskirts of Shanghai, allowing several family members to care for their ailing parents.
Jingdezhen, China – Jingdezhen’s BingDing Wood Kiln by AZL Architects is a contemporary workspace centred on the traditional wood kiln of porcelain craftsmen.
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