A Bright Contemporary Home with a Big Pool in Cascais, Portugal

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A Bright Contemporary Home with a Big Pool in Cascais, Portugal by Fragmentos de Arquitectura (1)
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Cascais P272 by Fragmentos de Arquitectura

“The location of the plot: with its proximity to the sea, the aim to optimize sun exposure and the relation with the surrounding garden, were some of the issues which determined the type of intervention to be carried out.

Opening the indoor spaces to the outdoor areas through the creation of new windows, along with increasing range of social spaces , which now operate as one, allowed to create new visual connections. Each of the living areas are directly related to the garden.”

Photos by: Fragmentos de Arquitectura & Francisco Nogueira