This home on a golf course complex in Belas on the outskirts of Lisbon consists of five smaller houses connected by interior passages.
Designed by CHP Arquitectos, the residence is located on one of many plots of land dotted around the course.
Each plot on the site was sold individually so every villa is designed by a different architect, resulting in a variety of styles and designs.
Alfonso Fernandes of CHP Arquitectos explained the inspiration for the project: “Our design is based on the main aspects of traditional Portuguese architecture, with special attention to the balance and harmony between each building.”
CHP Arquitectos wanted to design a building with various small volumes connected by passageways that generate courtyards, making it possible to edit and carefully frame views both internally and externally.
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