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Atelier Data:该项目位于拉戈亚Vale d’el Rei的高地上,旨在将旧的农业用地转变成一个灵活的住宅空间,以适应各种用途和容纳足够多的人数。

Atelier Data:Located on a high ground in Vale d’el Rei, Lagoa, Casa Cabrita Moleiro aims to turn an old agricultural property into a residential space, where its flexibility to accommodate a wide variety of usage and sharing is a major Project condition.


▽项目周边环境俯瞰 Overall view of surroundings

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▽社交区域夜景 Night view of social area

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On this place, dominated by the presence of an existing wind well, once used for willing wheat, other pre-existences like the old house of the miller, a threshing floor area or even a small corral reinforce, all together, the eminent rural character of the site and its built elements. The project development, pushed by the need of rehabilitate the old structures and readapt them to a new scope of usage and function, aimed to incorporate some of those elements in a new spatial and experiential dynamic, allowing them to belong to a new place and, as a consequence, to its own new timeline.


▽风井 Wind well

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©Richard John Seymour



Old walls were converted into a new limit that contains and frames part of the intervention. From this new limit, emerges the articulation of new built volumes and, in result of their disposition, empty voids are generated, emphasizing the relations between indoor and outdoor. Simultaneously, they contribute for a better perception of the space that goes through different stages and levels of exposure.


▽场地原有的旧墙 Old walls

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▽旧墙与新建筑之间形成宽敞的过道,增强室内外的联系 Empty voids and emphasizing the relations between indoor and outdoor

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©Richard John Seymour



This progressive building process of the space, that distinguishes different levels of intimacy, is equally explored from a section-profile point of view, where the various heights of the volumes generates distinct confrontations with the surroundings, expanding our field of vision until the sea and its infiniteness or, on the contrary, framing it in the contained character of a courtyard.


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©Richard John Seymour



The distribution of the spatial program considers the distinction between social and private areas, linking them to different and specific volumes. The social area, where the kitchen, living room and swimming pool (with associated outdoor-lounge area) are located, is developed in a one floor volume, whose centrality reinforces the intention of establishing a core that gathers a conviviality and sharing atmosphere, around which the bedroom volumes are shaped.


©Richard John Seymour
©Richard John Seymour
©Richard John Seymour


▽场地平面图(左为一层平面图,右为二层平面图)Buildings plan

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In a first volume, developed from the limits of the old house, three suites with independent access are settled, distributed by two different floors. Each bedroom disposes of an outdoor courtyard of exclusive usage and, besides that, there’s a terrace on the volume’s rooftop with a shared jacuzzi, which takes total advantage of the privileged view over the sea.


©Richard John Seymour
©Richard John Seymour



The second volume – the two floored tower that contains other two suites – emerges in continuity of the social area, standing out due to its volumetry, just like the other bedrooms core, that privileges the overhead view towards the sea.


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露台和观景点是葡萄牙这一地区屋顶的传统特征,被当地人称作“açoteia algarvia”,项目对场地环境的探索也融入了这一特征。

This exercise of exploring the physical surroundings of the site is also reinforced by the introduction of terraces and viewpoints, which are traditional features on rooftops around this area of Portugal. The so called “açoteia algarvia” is evoked and incorporated into the project.


▽传统特征的露台  Terrace with traditional features

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©Richard John Seymour



Finally, the connection between the perimeter of the old house and the new built area functions as a distribution axis to the different spaces of the house. This distributive axis allows the house itself to be flexible on its own use: a house that works as a unit, with five bedrooms or, on the other perspective, a house with two bedrooms, complemented with an independent wing which has three more bedrooms.


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▽区位图 Site plan

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▽建造过程示意图 Diagram of the process

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▽轴测图  Axonometric drawing

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项目名称:Casa Cabrita Moleiro
景观/建筑公司:Atelier Data
首席建筑师:Filipe Rodrigues, Inês Vicente and Marta Frazão
设计团队:Francisco Libório, Filipa Neiva and Rafael Gomes
图片来源:Richard John Seymour

Project name: Casa Cabrita Moleiro
Completion Year: 2021
Size: 230 sqm
Project location: Lagoa, Algarve, Portugal
Landscape/Architecture Firm: Atelier Data
Website: www.atelierdata.com
Contact e-mail: office@atelierdata.com
Lead Architects: Filipe Rodrigues, Inês Vicente and Marta Frazão
Design Team: Francisco Libório, Filipa Neiva and Rafael Gomes
Clients: Private
Photo credits: Richard John Seymour
Photographer’s website: www.richardjohnseymour.com



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