The Casa Ponte project in Amarante, Portugal, was developed by stu.dere – Oficina de Arquitetura e Design, Lda with the aim of integrating the house into the morphology of the land, with its narrow and extended configuration and ended up dictating the volumetric of the house in the same way
Mutant Arquitectura & Design’s program for Casa De Bouro, Terras De Bouro, North Portugal, is organized in two floors, where the lower floor, in the basement, absorbs the spaces intended for the garage and technical areas and the upper floor intended for social and private spaces
Casa de Lavra in Porto, Portugal, is the reflection of the relation that Ricardo Azevedo Arquitecto’s architecture can create between the space and the client. No house is the same and, in this one in particular, the architect realised that he drew the project “enthusiastically at the site”
Designed by José Morgado the Capela de São João Batista project, Portugal, was born out of the desire and generosity of the people of the small village to build a temple dedicated to St John the Baptist. Its monolithic form of exposed concrete, torn by stereotomy and subtracted from the stylised form of the “house” shape, is intended to be the home of St John the Baptist
This house, built in 1945, belongs to the historic center of Ílhavo. It is isolates, has two fronts and is built with raw earth bricks, a vernacular material typical from this region of the country. It is a beautiful example of the architectural style Português Suave, where the rigorous use of the defining elements of this movement are notorious.
The Torreira House project is intended to be a holidays house in Aveiro, Portugal. The demands were clear. NU.MA architects’ client wanted to take advantage from the site, specially the views and create a unique space to store all his nautical equipment
Muda’s House is a family holiday home designed to be a meeting place for grandparents, parents and grandchildren in Grândola, Portugal. In the initial briefing, Vasco Lima Mayer’s clients proposed a very interesting organization of the spaces. The main one with a bedroom and a small living room for the grandparents, and two similar ones for their children and grandchildren, with two bedrooms each
Renovated by NMD Studio, Apartamento AN located in one of the main arteries of Lisbon,Portugal, the apartment has an Art Nouveau influence that balances with more contemporary intervention and furniture.