Reconstruction of Family House Originally Built in 70’s in Porto, Portugal

Reconstruction of Family House Originally Built in 70's in Porto, Portugal

Architects: AZO Sequeira Arquitectos Associados
Project: Reconstruction of Family House
Location: Porto, Portugal
Photography: NGPhoto

The Bonfim house is a reconstruction of a pre existing home in Porto, north of Portugal, dated from the late 70s. It is intended for a young family living in the city. This family wanted a functional home with large, cleared areas with 4 floors and about 450 sqm. Our project team developed a concrete building based on the existing basis of volumes. The main windows are coated with a wood skin based in surrounding colors and materials.

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