ColectivArquitectura project bureau has introduced a newly-created Grândola villa in the self-named Grândola village in Portugal. Theresidence of 207 sq. meters is erected on a picturesque landplot and is perfectly adjusted to the environment. The building is divided into blocks and creates two inner yards. Thus, the house`s interior spreads outside and visual touch points seem real due to the difference in altitudes. The rooms are filled with the light and airflows may freely enter remote parts of the house. There is the main bedroom with a bathroom, two additional rooms, a laundry room, a storage room and a swimming pool in the house, apart from the central opened living zone, conjoined with a dining room and a kitchen.
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