Lisbon-based practice Extrastudio has converted a winery in southern Portugal into a family home by covering its walls with red-pigmented mortar, introducing light wells and adding a black-bottomed swimming pool.
The former winery was built by the client’s grandparents in the 20th century. After inheriting the building, they tasked Extrastudio to create a family residence on the site located in Azeitao, a small village in southern Portuguese city Setúbal.
An orange orchard in the back garden forced the architects to maintain the winery’s original footprint and overhaul the walls of the existing structure instead.
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