Rua da Boavista House / Pedro Ferreira Architeture Studio

Rua da Boavista House

The Rua da Boavista House project had as objective the conversion of the nineteenth century buildings into 10 apartments, keeping the entire structure and construction principles of the old building. The house is located in Porto, Portugal, and was completed in 2016 by Pedro Ferreira Architeture Studio. Photography by João Morgado

Rua da Boavista House 1

Rua da Boavista House 2

Rua da Boavista House 3

Rua da Boavista House 4

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Rua da Boavista House 6

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Rua da Boavista House 8

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Rua da Boavista House 9

Rua da Boavista House 10

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Rua da Boavista House 13

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