House in Estoril, Portugal was developed by Frederico Valsassina Architects within the form of an imposing trendy residence, with giant home windows, capturing its environment. The home is a results of the rehabilitation challenge: “Through simplicity, and taking as a premise the redevelopment and rehabilitation of an present home, the intervention tries to beat the irregularity of its unique type. Thus, large volumes which are subtracted from one another promote a monolithic picture, on which the managed selection of supplies meant to reinforce the form as entire. Inside, the difference of present areas for the brand new housing program goals to disclose a transparent fusion of the social realm, extra uncovered, and the service space, which seems within the continuity of this zone to a extra protected space within the yard“. A dematerialized stairway connects the 2 ranges of the residence, permitting fast entry to the bedrooms flooded by pure mild on the second flooring.