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With increasingly aged mother and father and 20-one thing youngsters shifting in with their households, it’s no shock that multigenerational houses are rising in popularity. Having prolonged household round to assist with the youngsters is simply what Finnish actress Vilma Melasniemi and actor Juho Milonoff needed once they have been on the lookout for a house, so having everybody beneath one roof makes issues simpler and extra enjoyable. The household labored with Tuomas Siitonen to design House M-M that options two flats beneath one roof.
The couple discovered land on Vilma’s dad or mum’s property in Helsinki’s Oulunkylä on a sloped lot surrounded by lilac and apple timber.
While the home is modern, it nonetheless respects the pure environment because of the Siberian larch that covers the outside.
The decrease flooring has a studio house for Vilma’s ninety one-yr-previous grandmother to reside. They additionally put in a sauna and utility areas on this degree.
Upstairs, there’s a one hundred twenty-sq.-meter condo that the couple lives in with their two youngsters. Currently the grandparents stay in their very own villa on the identical property.
The major degree house leads out onto a big, coated terrace making the residents really feel as if they’re dwelling amongst the timber.
The giant front room homes the kitchen with a loft overhead that’s made attainable by the sloped roof.
Large home windows convey the outside proper inside whereas letting the sunshine pour in.
The loft makes you are feeling such as you’re dwelling above the treetops.
Interior pictures by Maija Luutonen. Exterior pictures by Tuomas Uusheimo.