House in Macinhata da Seixa. Olive tree of Azemeis. Portugal

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Nuno Brandão Costa

Location: Oliveira de Azemeis, Portugal
Date: 2008

Format    Pdf
Pages 18
Language Spanish, English

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The client wanted a house witch carried out with an old dream: to be in the living room watching the sea. The terrain, all inclined, raised but not sufficient to make out water looking west. Then the house kept on rising up, module after module, up to the living room, all opened facing the sea.

It was all invested in: A granite platform simulates a house from the North, of scarcely two floors. The third volumetric form is located underneath the irregularities, to open up to the Oliveira city view, the bedrooms down and the swimming pool. The windows, many and huge, open in all directions so that the house looks at all directions. Returning back, the window lets the west landscape be seen like a painting.

“Ça c’est pour moi, le plus beau et le plus triste paysage du monde. C’est le même paysage de la page précédente, mais je lai dessiné une fois encore pour bien vous le montrer. C’est ici que le petit Prince a apparu sur terre, puis disparu.”

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