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Inspazo Arquitectura | Paulo Rolo House

Architecture Inspazo Arquitectura | Paulo Rolo House

The proposed volume arises from the interaction of three independent blocks, oriented to better enjoy the patio. The interior noble spaces were oriented between East and West, intending in this way to create a direct relationship with the outside world, enhance solar gain and therefore create a habitable space with great visual permeability.

Inspazo Arquitectura | Paulo Rolo House

© Cátia Mingote

Inspazo Arquitectura | Paulo Rolo House

© Cátia Mingote

Inspazo Arquitectura | Paulo Rolo House

© Cátia Mingote

Inspazo Arquitectura | Paulo Rolo House

© Cátia Mingote

The color and materials used aim at the integration with the surrounding volumes, proposing only the use of color as a reflection of the materials themselves, where white and gray give the desired continuity between the existing and proposed.

Location: Sintra, Portugal
Architects: Inspazo Arquitectura
Project name: Paulo Rolo House
Project Year: 2013
Project Area: 280 sqm
Design Team: Wilson Tafula, Hugo Ferramacho, Sofia Malveira, Daniela Silva, Vanessa Ribeiro, Sérgio Guedes, Nuno Furtado, Carlos Saraiva, Isabel Saraiva, Eliseu Cristino.
Photographs: Cátia Mingote
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