The home provides visual relationships between interior and exterior.
This house planimetrically evolves with the city of Guarda. The house is located in a newly urbanized area peripheral. The territory suffered some changes due to urbanization. The existing public space was built without an organization to address the topography, forcing a tax system where types and forms coexist.
The field of housing is a trapezoidal site is enclosed in the corner by a street which delivers a slope. It also has good sun exposure.
The Programme has three levels sorted according to the conditions. Garage, kitchen, cellar, bathroom are arranged on the first level. Collective spaces are grouped into the intermediate level. The stairs were seen as sculptural elements in space due to their role as link between levels.
The house also tries to establish visual relationships between interior and exterior. On the upper floor spaces are more private.