Homeowners are increasingly favoring community design elements that connect residents to other people and the world around them. This is according to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) who recently released the third quarter results of their Home Design Trends Survey.
Our sister publication BUILDER's Leah Demirjian breaks it down for us.
"The AIA's most recent report finds that as the nation's expanding metro areas continue to grow, homeowners are increasingly favoring amenities and features that offer residents a sense of community," Demirjian writes. "Community design elements that link residents to other people and commerce, such as access to public transportation, multi-generational housing, more walkable neighborhoods, and mixed-use facilities are all on the rise."
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