Horta House / Architectural + Interior Design Features
Horta House / [ ] MATÉRIAS arquitetura + interiores
The Horta House, designed by MATÉRIAS arquitetura + interiores, is a sustainable residence located in Tregosa, Portugal. The design is inspired by Minho containment plots of land for cultivation and features renewable energies and bioclimatic systems. The house is built on naturally sloping terrain and incorporates private and communal patios, as well as different volumes at the same altimetry for a balanced and harmonious look. The interior follows an open space logic with the living room, dining room, and kitchen sharing the same space, promoting family dynamics and socializing. Two bedrooms/suites are connected by a central corridor and have direct access to individual patios.
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Architects: [ ] MATÉRIAS arquitetura + interiores
Area Area of this architecture project Area : 323 m²
Year Completion year of this architecture project Year : 2022
Photographs Photographs :Wood Target
Architect In Charge : Rui Tavares
Engineering : LENC
City : Tregosa
Country : Portugal
The conceptual idea for the Horta House has a simple design inspired by the Minho containment plots of land for cultivation, with annexes to support agriculture. An important sustainable concern was associated with the project, and the distribution of spaces was made according to functionality criteria, with the incorporation of renewable energies and bioclimatic systems.
The house takes advantage of the natural slope and orientation (northwest/southeast) of the plot and is built in different volumes, all with the same altimetry. The spaces between the volumes also allow the creation of private or communal patios. The house is built transversally and below ground level, which allows for a simpler and more fluid relationship with the surroundings while respecting the landscape.
The dwelling has a frank and varied relationship with the garden, which seems to be a natural part of the landscape. The house distribution is intended to be very intuitive and simple, allowing the spaces never to lose their own identity, mixing in the social areas and separating in the private ones.
The interior follows an open space logic with the living room, dining room, and kitchen sharing the same space. This space organization promotes a family dynamic made of proximities and is great for those who like to receive friends and socialize without any constraints.
After the social area, the corridor leads to two blocks only connected by it, which are two bedrooms/suites, directly related to the exterior through individual patios. Each bedroom is provided with a sanitary installation and wardrobe. One of them has an interior wardrobe.
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