With far more and far more elderly parents and 20-one thing youngsters moving in with their families, it is no surprise that multigenerational residences are becoming a lot more popular. Getting extended loved ones about to support with the children is just what Finnish actress Vilma Melasniemi and actor Juho Milonoff wanted when they have been seeking for a home, so having absolutely everyone beneath a single roof tends to make things easier and more exciting. The household worked with Tuomas Siitonen to design and style Residence M-M that attributes two apartments below a single roof.
The couple located land on Vilma’s parent’s house in Helsinki’s Oulunkylä on a sloped lot surrounded by lilac and apple trees.
While the residence is contemporary, it nevertheless respects the natural surroundings thanks to the Siberian larch that covers the exterior.
The reduced floor has a studio apartment for Vilma’s 91-year-old grandmother to live. They also installed a sauna and utility spaces on this level.
Upstairs, there’s a 120-square-meter apartment that the couple lives in with their two youngsters. Presently the grandparents remain in their personal villa on the exact same house.
The principal level apartment leads out onto a huge, covered terrace generating the residents really feel as if they are living amongst the trees.
The large living room houses the kitchen with a loft overhead that’s produced achievable by the sloped roof.
Massive windows bring the outdoors correct inside even though letting the light pour in.
The loft tends to make you feel like you’re living above the treetops.
Interior pictures by Maija Luutonen.
Exterior pictures by Tuomas Uusheimo.