The Case for Rooms

It’s time to end the tyranny of open-concept interior design

CityLab
CityLab
Aug 10, 2018 · 10 min read
Illustration: Madison McVeigh/CityLab

By Kate Wagner

If someone asked me five years ago whether or not I thought the open floor plan would still be popular, I would have said no. Domestic architecture seemed to be taking a turn toward the rustic. Today, “Farmhouse” and “Craftsman” modern designs, harkening back to the American vernacular…

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