Prenuptial house design gives new meaning to splitting your assets

Prenuptial house design gives new meaning to splitting your assets

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Architectural design is increasingly flexible and modular to reflect the fast-paced, mobile nature of our societies. We’ve seen housing design which reflects niche communities and tetris-style blocks which can be reconfigured for customizable homes. Impermanence is also expressed in falling marriage rates and high divorce rates around the world. Different services have sprung up to address this market with divorce mini-breaks, platforms for separated parents managing child support and even gift cards for low-cost divorces. Now, a Dutch architectural firm has brought these two social trends together and created a modular house that can physically separate when a couple does.

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