Quinta dos Pombais House by Opera – Your Daily Architecture & Design Update (10 pics)




Opera designed this private family residence located in Castelo de Vide, Portugal, in 2015. Take a look at the complete story below. The awesome site and landscape were the inspiring theme for this house.o

Opera designed this private family residence located in Castelo de Vide, Portugal, in 2015. Take a l

Opera designed this private family residence located in Castelo de Vide, Portugal, in 2015. Take a look at the complete story below.

Quinta dos Pombais House by Opera - Your Daily Architecture & Design Update

Quinta dos Pombais House by Opera - Your Daily Architecture & Design Update

Quinta dos Pombais House by Opera - Your Daily Architecture & Design Update

Quinta dos Pombais House by Opera - Your Daily Architecture & Design Update

Quinta dos Pombais House by Opera - Your Daily Architecture & Design Update

Quinta dos Pombais House by Opera - Your Daily Architecture & Design Update

Quinta dos Pombais House by Opera - Your Daily Architecture & Design Update

Quinta dos Pombais House by Opera - Your Daily Architecture & Design Update

The awesome site and landscape were the inspiring theme for this house. The deployment of the house

The awesome site and landscape were the inspiring theme for this house. The deployment of the house comes from the imposition of the polygon with removal of 50 meters to the extreme limits, maintenance of all trees and seeking views privileged obtained from altimetry 417,00. The program follows the guidelines of the owners with possibility of future expansion for 2 more rooms (for tourist exploitation). The house is carried out in three levels, with the aim of integrate as much as possible in the landscape and “follow” the natural inclination of the terrain. The location of the guest rooms on the lower level, oriented to the East, allows to separate the private area and also the future expansion of this area. The stone used in the exterior walls, was from the extracted foundations and the “wood box” used thermowood, a natural and low maintenance cladding. Photography by Joao Morgado




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