Located on the Porto District in the North of Portugal, the House of four houses is a holiday house for a family of four, which shape is defined by the same number of individual volumes.
They have similar dimensions but distinct orientations. Three of the volumes are orthogonally organized around a core, whilst a fourth rotates to match the direction of an existing neighbouring building. The proximity between the two constructions led to a desired dialogue.
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Sliding glass walls along the side of the house not only provide a scenic view of the land, but make it possible to turn a living room into a patio in an instant.