It is worth looking at every aspect of human behaviour before designing something, so people can be independent in their own homes for as long as they like. Not many homes are designed to be adaptable for disabled or people that become ill, space can be designed in so many different ways and if the occupants becomes disabled it can cost a lot of money to make the right changes on the homes.
Therefore it is very important to make the right decisions in the design process.
Also by looking at every detail in our homes before building a new one to try to find out what we like and dislike, the work we put into the planning process is always going to reflect the final result so it is worth all the work in the end.
The beauty of this house is all that space, the materials and the most important, natural light.
This is the Råman house by Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune
via - designfolio.co.nz/