One of the great things about co-ownership and cooperative real estate is that there is no single cookie-cutter house. Co-ownership allows you to tailor your home and dwellings to your own desires. Whether you want a single-family home, a multi-residential building or prefer a building where you can make drastic renovations, you can make it work for co-ownership.
In this article, we have a look at different designs and co-ownership property concepts on behalf of Picnic Design. Picnic Design is a Toronto-based architecture and interior design studio. Founded and headed by Joanne Lam and Eric Martin, they have created three architectural designs for co-ownership and co-living homes.
Singles and Couples
This design is multi-functional depending on the group. Whether you’re singles, couples or a mixture of the two, this type of design will be able to suit your needs. This concept has three separate living suites that all accommodate a queen-size bed, bathroom and kitchenette as well as a private area to relax — inside or out. Shared spaces include the living room, a large kitchen and dining area as well as a space for working.
Originally published at https://www.gocosolutions.com on October 7, 2020.