AS ARCHITECT BETSY WILLIAMSON describes, for a home that needed to manage intergenerational living, the client brief was refreshingly succinct. “The client is a couple and the parents of one of the members of the couple are elderly and needed an accessible apartment effectively within the home so that they could all live together. It was also important that all the major rooms of the house had views of the creek.”

Located alongside Ancaster Creek in Ontario, this L-shaped building, designed by Toronto’s Williamson Williamson

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