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.
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.