Multi-generational housing is rising in popularity and this is best exhibited through the many architectural projects that cater to the layout, functions, and aesthetics of the concept and fit the needs of different ages. Not only does this strengthen the relations between different generations, but it also serves to counter urbanism's alienating effects. As a result, the appeal of multi-generational housing can be easily inferred.
A more streamlined approach to this mode of residency is proposed by Marshall Homes. Dubbed FlexHouz, the idea boasts a home within a home. That is, there is "a large house with a smaller, independent house inside of it." The design offers privacy and proximity, allowing families to be closer to each other. The multi-generational housing concept embraces spacious and luxury-oriented rooms at an affordable price.