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Casa do Cabo: An Environmentally Friendly House with the Predominance of Horizontal Lines

Sits on a hill on the southern coast of Portugal, Casa do Cabo is an environmentally friendly house designed by Kerimov Architects. This 1250 sq. m house is designed with an awesome architecture that is characterized by squatness and the predominance of horizontal lines.

House on A Cliff: The Use of Natural Materials and Their Derivatives

Completed by Kerimov Architects in 2020, House on A Cliff is a one-storeyed house located on the cliff in Algarve, Portugal. Designed for clients who are introverts, this house becomes a place to be alone with nature from the rush city. Only natural materials and their derivatives are used for this awesome project.

1999 CASA TOLO: A Holiday House with A Continuous Structure of Reinforced Concrete

Located in Lugar das Carvalhinhas on a site with an area of around 1000 m2, 1999 CASA TOLO is a project of a holiday house designed by Álvaro Leite Siza. Even though this house sits in a sharply inclined terrain, its position that faces south allows for optimal solar exposure and also to enjoy a particular natural view, and the house’s expressiveness is extracted from a continuous structure of reinforced concrete.

1998 Discoteca Mantra: A Restaurant-Bar and Disco with Colorful Interiors

Designed by Álvaro Leite Siza, 1998 Discoteca Mantra is a project of a restaurant-bar and disco inside an old warehouse. The aim is to provide supporting equipment to the residential and service area. Located in Portugal, the main program is also to maintain the pre-existing building. The highlight of this project is the beautiful colorful interiors inside the building.

1995 Discoteca Estado Novo: A Marriage between the Pre-Existing and the New Structure

Situated on an existing foundation in the industrial zone of Matosinhos, 1995 Discoteca Estado Novo has an approximate area of 1000 m2. Designed by Álvaro Leite Siza, the program of this project is a bar/discotheque and restaurant. The marriage between the pre-existing and the new structure of this building results in the design of the principal facade.

1992 Casa Vanzeller: A Weekend Home with Three Distinct Programmatic Areas

Situated on a site of 6000 m2 in Cabanas, Afife, district of Viana do Castelo, 1992 Casa Vanzeller is a residential project by Álvaro Leite Siza. The program of the project is about designing a weekend home with three rooms. The three distinct programmatic areas’ existence prompts the architect to conceive a house with a U shape.

Apartment Rodrigo da Fonseca V: A Modern Apartment Interior with White Surfaces and Big Lightings

This stunning apartment has a modern interior design dominated in white surfaces. Apartment Rodrigo da Fonseca V is a 2017 project by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos, located in Portugal. The white surfaces can bring a brighter atmosphere into these apartment spaces supported by big lightings while the warm feeling comes from the apartment floor that made from wood.

ARTUR LAMAS: A Pleasurable Apartment with A More Salubrious Space and New Volume

A pleasurable apartment has been designed by VERUM ATELIER in a historic neighborhood of Lisbon, Portugal. ARTUR LAMAS is a 2019 project with 65 m2 in size in the Belém rehabilitation project area. The aim is for making the existing gloomy and tight space into a pleasurable apartment to allow its profitability through short-term lease. A more salubrious space and a new volume are added to give contemporaneity to the apartment in a simple way.

MEMÓRIA: Different Architectural Levels with An Interior Space Separated by Two Areas

This 206 project is called MEMÓRIA and designed by VERUM ATELIER. Located in Ajuda’s neighborhood in the city of Lisbon, Portugal, it is a project that develops itself in different architectural levels and stands out together. There are two areas that separate the interior space: the private one and the social one.

URUGUAI: Transformation in An Old Building with More Privacy in the Interior Space

Located in Lisboa, Portugal, URUGUAI is a transformation in an old building where all spaces are connected to each other like a palatial architectural interior organization. Completed by VERUM ATELIER in 2017, the project area takes 70 m2 in size. Despite a lot of challenges to complete this project, there is a strong desire in keeping some original materials.