A family of four in Portugal will be closely knit when going to their new holiday home which was designed by local practice, Prod Architecture and Design.
The team, which was led by Paulo Lago De Carvalho and Susana Lages Correia saw three freestanding dwellings and decided to fuse them with an interstitial space.
The three storey home is settled with a garage, wine cellar and laundry room at its basement level, a cooking, dining space and sleeping quarter can be found at the primary level and if you are looking for a space to work, there is a study at the top level.
The multi-textured home boasts a zinc roof and granite patinated pine boards on the walls.
Glazing floods allow for enough light to penetrate the home and can be opened to fuse the outside with the indoors.
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