Architect Pedro Quintela found a stone ruin in the village of Malveira da Serra, Alcabideche, Portugal and transformed it into a unique Hug Shaped House which embraces its landscape.
This mediterranean style house in Estoril, Portugal was originally built in 1923. The renovation project by Ricardo Moreno Arquitectos seeks to establish a sense of freedom and to recognize the history and contemporary values as a bridge between two moments in time.
The Closet House in Matosinhos, Portugal uses automation technology to transform a tiny 44 square meter (473 sq. ft.) space into a functional and livable home.
GMG House in Torres Vedras, Portugal designed by Pedro Gadanho is a 400-square-meter renovated townhouse in a 19th century building. The vibrant theatrical colors paints the structure in dramatic, playful angles and shapes. A bright turquoise dominates the stairs and the reading room. Yellow, red and purple provide striking contrast to the space.
This modern single family home on the island of St. Miguel in the Azores, Portugal has a very unique design by Bernardo Rodrigues Arquitecto. The shape of the house is inspired by the wind, the climate and the natural environment of the region. The idea is to bring the outside inside regardless of the weather condition. The house is a collection of stacked structures that is both functional and a freedom of expression.
Portuguese interior decorator Marina Saldanha transformed this former fisherman’s hut into a beautiful vacation home. Situated on the Atlantic coast in Alentejo, Portugal, the house has a peaceful cactus garden. The interior of the house is charming with its simplicity. White walls are complemented by colourful cushions and bed linen. The colourful accessories in the kitchen brighten the room. The rustic beauty of the house creates a perfect atmosphere for relaxation.