Situated at the entrance of Quinta da Boavista, the Caseiros House is a small house with red tiles and white walls overlooking the views over the river Douro.
The building set in top of a vineyard and houses the caretaker, composed of two gable roof houses which slightly detached but perfectly integrated into the group of constructions.
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White volumes covered with ceramic roof tiles, retaining walls in local stone, wooden trellis and remaining carpentry painted a deep blue.
Inspiration from architect:
The house replaces an existing agricultural construction. It is the reinterpretation of a vernacular typology composed of simple volumes set at a right angle to the stone wall of the terraces that shape the landscape.