TWO-GENERATION FAMILY HOUSES
Construction of a two-generation family house delivers cost savings during construction because they have common building structures and land, which also needs to be included in the price of a family house.
Two-generation family houses are a great option where two separate families live in the same family household. Most often these are for members of the same family, an older generation and a younger generation. The advantage here is that these families have separate living space and they do not interfere with each other but, if necessary, they are close to each other. For instance, CUBER 15 and CUBER 2 have a lower flat that is perfect for 2 people, while the upper flat is larger and suitable for a young 4-person family. An example of a family house with a classic gable roof is PREMIER 199. The flats are more or less identical in the case of ARKADA 13. A variant with four flats is ARKADA 13 DOUBLE.