The Kinfolk Home: Geraldine Cleary

Visiting the home of Geraldine Cleary.

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“Shared living is an important part of being operative in society and the world.”

“My house was intentionally designed to accommodate multiple configurations of relationships, activities and events, despite its modest scale,” says Geraldine, a health and social policy researcher. She loves sharing her space with guests and frequently offers up her house as an inner-city venue for friends to host events. “Shared living is an important part of being operative in society and the world,” she says. The house has accommodated various tenants over the years, including Timothy Hill—the lead architect of the D House—and her current lodger, the filmmaker and photographer Alex Chomicz.

One of Geraldine’s favorite aspects of her home is the interplay between the inside and the outside—this was achieved by designing the interior and exterior floor heights at the s...

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