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Beautiful homes for extended families
by Andrea Marechal Watson

BBC    Translate This Article
7 July 2020

On 7 July 2020 BBC reported: Multi-generational living has been the norm throughout history, but with the growth of cities, age segregation in housing has crept in through the back door. Over time, this trend has begun to define the type of housing we build to a larger and larger extent -- hence the rise in numbers of studio and one-bedroom apartments on the one hand, and retirement villages and care homes on the other. Now for a range of reasons, multi-generational co-habitation is back in fashion. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of health and culture, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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