Hugo Pereira Arquitetos designed a single-family house on a plot of extraordinary morphological characteristics.

In 2020, Hugo Pereira Arquitetos completed the project of a single-family house on a plot of extraordinary morphological characteristics. The biggest challenge was to design a house that would affect the natural environment as little as possible. Due to the existence of several cork oak trees, the house is located in an area of ​​natural protection.

A close relationship between nature and architecture became an integral part of the project. The architects say: “The lightness of this construction is accentuated by the details and environments related to each other, and the mixture of green of the various trees and shrubs, a constant presence in any space of the house.”

Below you can see a selection of photographs shot by Ivo Tavares. Do not hesitate to visit his website to see more outstanding architectural photography.

Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.
Cork Oak House by Hugo Pereira Arquitetos.

All images © by Ivo Tavares. Feel free to browse through our Architecture, Interior Design, or Photography sections to find more inspiring projects.



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