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  7. Cork House / Arquitectos Anonimos + Paulo Teodósio

Cork House / Arquitectos Anonimos + Paulo Teodósio

  • 00:00 - 16 August, 2009
Cork House / Arquitectos Anonimos + Paulo Teodósio
Cork House / Arquitectos Anonimos + Paulo Teodósio, © Ivo Canelas
© Ivo Canelas

© Ivo Canelas © Ivo Canelas © Ivo Canelas © Ivo Canelas + 9

  • Architects

     Arquitectos Anónimo and Paulo Teodósio
  • Location

    Esposende, Portugal
  • Structural Consultant

    Ricardo Fonseca, Luís Fernandes and Luís Gonçalves
  • Client

    Maria Helena Ramos
  • Start Of Planning

    2004
  • Start Of Construction

    2005
  • Site area

    8,900 sqm
  • Built-up area

    288 sqm
  • Area

    157.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2007
  • Photographs

Text description provided by the architects. An unusual and inverted process. The client convinced us to accept the responsibility to build with such a low cost. The shaped carcass, stoutly wrapped with cork bricks, deals a few radical ruptures, claiming a friendly distance to the neighborhood. Inside, the expectable "ready to inhabit" combines a straight preview to the changeable future and conditions, as direct as possible-translated in interior design. Some found nicknames: "the pavillion", "the hut", "the cork"...

© Ivo Canelas
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Cite: "Cork House / Arquitectos Anonimos + Paulo Teodósio" 16 Aug 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/31926/cork-house-arquitectos-anonimos/> ISSN 0719-8884
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