Yellow stairs connect living spaces in Three-Generation House by BETA

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.

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