Bringing together several generations under the same roof is an attractive idea, even if there are still few projects that are actually being set up. Laurent Danilo, on the other hand, has taken the plunge. At the beginning of 55, in the midst of the Covid health crisis, this 2020-year-old teacher launched an ambitious project to renovate and extend his mother's house in the Breton town of Malansac, not far from Vannes. This is where this octogenarian has occupied a small neo-Breton style house since 1972. A few years ago, when she divided her property between her three children, she ceded the bare ownership of the house to Laurent.
"The idea for the work became clear when I was renting with my wife and our child," he recalls. Knowing that the birth of a second child was coming, he was...
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