Traditionally charity housing tends to provide a limited and minimal architectural design due to limited funding and the constant rotation of patrons coming to say. However design firm GRAFT recently put together the structural aesthetic for the Ronald McDonald House in Sankt Augustin, Germany that completely defies this logic with a contemporary and modern look. The home is virtually undetectable as a home away from home for those in need, while still providing an environment of a community for patients and families.
The Ronald McDonald Homes function as temporary housing for patients and families undergoing hospital care and the redesigned location by GRAFT brings a sense of luxury and modernity to the space with an asymmetrical and curved exterior. The facade is mirrored with a contemporary and dapper furnished interior.
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