Feature on Multigenerational Design in KBB Review Dec
KBB Review magazine - the UK's leading kitchen trade publication - included a comprehensive article on multigenerational kitchen design in its December edition.
Using images from Roundhouse Design and Freedom by Symphony, the article asserts that 1 in 3 homes in Britain are now multigenerational, with a wide variety of ages and abilities living under the same roof. Despite the increase in multigenerational living, our housing stock is still ill-suited to this trend, and the interior design choices required to move in this direction are also poorly understood.
However, firms like Symphony Group are well placed to meet this need, since they have developed a range of furniture that provides inclusive features in collaboration with Adam Thomas.
The article contains contributions from organisations such as Symphony, Roundhouse Design, Roca, Caesarstone, InHouse, Brandt, Fisher & Paykel, Adobe, Vitra, Ripples, Quooker and the Passmore Group. Read the full article using this link.