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Ecovilla in Torres Vedras

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Exotic interpretation of a wooden house facing outwards. A different and original proposal from the RUSTICASA® Timber Frame catalogue, by the Flor model.

Inspired by Mesoamerican culture, the design of this house recalls the farms of northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. A bold architecture that seeks the complicity of the sun and the light, either to find it or to hide it

The pergolas are an essential element of Mexican buildings. They serve to protect from the sun but are also spaces for outdoor living. The hammock reflects this laid-back spirit that defines the people of the South, where much of the day is passed outside the house. The pastel colours, between wood and earth, resemble the ochre tones of the adobe buildings and contribute to protect the freshness inside the house.


Location: Torres Vedras
Year of construction: 2009
Duration of works: 6 weeks
Floor area: 160 m²



Structure type Timber Frame in wild pine wood, with interior lining made of wood and plasterboard and wooden exterior with pigmented stain.





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