The living space project which is called the Jorge’s House is completed designed by 100 Planos Architecture. The house is located on te top of a valley in Póvoa de Varzim, Portugal. This house is designed appears as a large window which is covers the landscape by the architect. The house building is rises to the principles of the aggregation volumetric pattents in the vernacular architecture of the region.
The architect is draws an organic whole, composed of the three bodies which is extends to the ground of this house and it is searching in each of the volumes the best orientation, solar and landscape, ending itself, the different valences of the house. The public of the private area is separated by the “y” where the point of the intersection of the arms, is both the entry and the distribution.
A small orange patio which is allows to have the direct sunlight without creating the imbalanes in the elevation fit the spaces which are not facing the valley, bathroom, laundry and the kitchen.
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