Lying on a steep slope facing south over the valley, the House in Romeirão is a rural villa with a tubular form bifurcate interacting in different ways with the landscape.
Surrounded by a small plantation, orchards, and stone walls, this house looks like part of a mountain, one must walk by stairs.
Inspiration from architect:
The site’s natural beauty dictated the project. The house develops in an intimate relation with the ground: buried as the slope increases and eventually becoming part of the mountain where one can walk; floating while descending, detached from the slope.
A long volume was then drawn, like a line folded over itself and over the water tank and the tree.