Completed in 2013 by Höweler + Yoon Architecture, the Bridge House is a spacious and luxurious residence that accommodates 3 generations of the same family in perfect conditions. This is possible thanks to the abode’s ingenious design, which includes 3 different volumes. Each volume features its own social and private living arrangements that are furnished and decorated according to their generational requirements.
The ground floor features a smaller volume that incorporates the master suite for the grandparents, which happen to be the owners of the abode, while the larger volume flaunts a public area that can be used by all family members. This public space boasts a dining room, family room, garage and kitchen.
It’s also worth mentioning that all 3 bodies face the nearby woods and ensure great views of the surrounding environment, views that can be admired from almost every room. Many of the materials used in the furnishing process are recycled, including the wood for the benches and tables. Furthermore, the interior fireplace and staircase were made out of wood and hot-rolled steel.