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Q S T house . Vila Nova de Famalicão

NOARQ . Q S T house . Vila Nova de Famalicão afasia (1)

NOARQ . photos: © João Morgado . + dezeen

The house rises from broad blocks of blue granite into the wilderness, like a fortification, indistinct from the supporting walls at the edge of the street. It backs up the old farmland, now transformed into a garden. Continue reading NOARQ

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RPFV House . Santo Tirso

NoArq . RPFV House . Santo Tirso (1)

NoArq . photos: © FG+SG architectural photography . + archdaily

The proposal was made for a plot of land with 1697 m², where 112 m² were covered area that corresponded to a demolished two-floor house and attic that had a total floor area of around 300 m². Out of the 1697 m² of land, only 600 m² could be built on, as the rest of the land is part of the Agricultural Reserve. Continue reading NoArq

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M&M’s House . Trofa

NoArq . M&M's House . Trofa (1)

NoArq . photos: © João Morgado . + archdaily

A single-family dwelling. A 1500 m2 plot of land in Trofa. From Rua do Carvalhinho to the north, the topography drops 2.4 m to the adjacent road to the south, the EN104. In the east, the elevation of the abutting soil rises 2 m above the land. We demolished the old farming house facing the road made of soft stone and clay with a packed earth floor. An urban annoyance. We kept the square schist well, the old fruit tree and the location of the old accesses to the land on the north and south sides. Continue reading NoArq

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ED&JO house. Famalicão

NOARQ . ED&JO house. Famalicão (8)

NOARQ . photos: © João Morgado

The project was to demolish a single-family dwelling and build another one in its place in the centre of V. N. de Famalicão.
The proposal is on a triangular urban plot of land covering an area of 940.80 m2. The topography includes a 7.60 m slope down from west to east, so the elevations in the corner converge with those on the surrounding roads. Continue reading NOARQ