Portugal Residence

June 7th, 2010

There is something very intriguing about this cantilever home built by Graça Correia e Roberto Ragazzi Architects in Caniçada, Vieira do Minho, Portugal. The ever so simplified interior makes me realize that I should clean up and dispose of some of the objects lying around my own living space. On the same note, I’d really like to see this house stacked with partial floor openings like a loft.

Via Archdaily

Posted by on 06/7/10 in Architecture, Interior design

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  1. Mario Meira says:

    Hey there Shelby. Realy nice reference. I’m glad you post it.
    I’m from Portugal and i recommend you to search for the landscape around this amazing retreat house. It’s near the famous National Park – Peneda Gerês, and its an overwelming place.
    Greatings from Portugal, and keep it up.

  2. Michael says:

    Hi, I love your blog!
    Nnice to see that you like this building too. I mentioned it a few months ago in my blog http://blog.bueroflint.com/en/2010/04/22/casa-no-geres/

    Keep it up,

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  4. Michael says:

    That would be amazing to have a partial floor opening like a loft. Ha, ya you should get rid of things lying around your place its a mess!! jk. I would love to be able to see the view from the overhang.

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