House in Vila Boim, an agricultural property designed by Cruz Quebrada, Intergaup. It is located in the Portuguese town of Elvas. 50 hectares of land against a backdrop of flat landscape and gentle hills. Cork oaks, olive trees and vines grow around. Farming in Elvash consists of cows, sheep, and pigs, with endless arable land stretching to the south.
The request was simple: a summer house where the family can enjoy the beauty of the natural landscape during summer and winter. A beautiful country house Offers a look at the result of the work.
The central part faces west. Overlooking much of the landscape and neighboring homes. Here is the living room, living rooms. North side – kitchen, dining and technical rooms. The southern part of the house is a private square with four bedrooms.
Traditional materials are not chosen by chance. The design suggested that the house should fit completely into the countryside. But the clean workmanship and attention to detail is a clear reference to the urban architecture.
Courtesy of Intergaup