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Casa do Bosque

Project • 2020, Santo Tirso, Refurbishment • Licensing
-1 Floor Plan
0 Floor Plan
Tree House Floor Plan
Architectural Diagrams of Empty, Full and Volumetric Relations
Collage. Elements taken from Gustav Klimt’s works . Beech Groove I . 1902 . Approaching Thunderstorm . 1903 . Poppy Field . 1907 and Piranesi’s work . View of the Temple of Jupiter
Collage. Elements taken from Gustav Klimt’s works . Beech Groove I . 1902 . Approaching Thunderstorm . 1903 . Poppy Field . 1907 and Piranesi’s work . Demonstration of a part of the porticoes of the Mercato Traiano
Collage. Elements taken from Gustav Klimt’s works . Beech Groove I . 1902 . Approaching Thunderstorm . 1903 . Poppy Field . 1907 and Guillaume Seignac’s work . Diana the Huntrees

Casa do Bosque

The architectural project for “Casa do Bosque” assumes the complexity of working and accepting a pre-existing volumetry. Aware of potentials and opportunities, the intervention is designed based on microsurgeries that seeks to solve the architectural language and at the same time consolidate the program from the definition of materialities, spatialities and atmospheres.
Casa na Árvore appears as a complement to the programme — single-family housing — and seeks a strategy of integration into the landscape, with a triangular geometry that embraces three trees on the ground, resulting in a unique and specific design of this place in a tangent proximity to nature.

Architecture

Architectural Affairs

Team

Andreia Garcia, Clara Puentes, Elda Rodriguez, Rita Amado

Conceptual Representation

Andreia Garcia, Elda Rodriguez, Francesco Casula, Rita Amado

Execution Project

Andreia Garcia, Alicia Cano, Diogo Aguiar, Elda Rodriguez

Client

Private

Area

643 m2
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