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spaceworkers：Casa MF这个项目最大的挑战是迎合客户的意愿，客户提出的主要需求是房屋需要以“ L”形建造。这给设计师带来了的灵感，再加上建筑的原始特质，方案悄然而生。建筑空间分配清晰合理，没有明显的实质界限，与相邻的两条街道形态互相配合。
spaceworkers：The great challenge behind Casa MF was to adapt client’s wishes, whose main premise was that the house should be built in an “L” shape. Developing an original identity and finding an answer to this request was the main inspiration for the approach adopted in an almost imperceptible way. Then the distribution of spaces, with clarity and rationality, without the morphological obviousness hidden in the tenuous movement of the elements that accompanies the two streets that flank the volumetry.
The program of the house is distributed over a series of consecutive volumes, as in a game of embedded pieces, almost playful. Each of the volumes presents different functions, heights and depths creating a unique spatial dynamic, and emphasizing a new reading of an “L” shaped house. New visual relationships are created between the full and the empty, between the private, semi-private areas and the view of the central garden space where the pool is also located.
The main façades of this irregular monolith are made of exposed concrete with wooden formwork, composed by a succession of opaque, crude and hermetic volumes that close the house to the public exterior. For the interior of the lot, the volume is torn in order to enjoy the light and the garden, ensuring privacy facing the street.
The project for a couple with two children is an ode to the resident’s privacy. From the outside, the North side is obscure and closed: from the street it is only possible to identify two openings (one of them 5 meters high) to see the sky and the other from the bedrooms leading to the inner courtyard. The main access to the house is marked by a cantilevered volume that levitates over the entrance, with an imposing ceiling height that prioritizes the volume of access vis-à-vis the entire monolith. This suspended block reinforces the idea of antigravity which, following the rigid volumes, when actually entering the house, contrasts with a large plane of glass that subtly, lightly and balanced connects the outside with the view of the garden.
Next to the entrance and close to the common area, there’s a study used for the owners frequent meetings, with being a semi-public area, carefully preserves the family’s intimacy. A multipurpose space was designed for the youngsters, which is currently used as a playroom, with the particularity that the light entrance is on a level close to the floor, thus allowing them to be able to see the garden when they are seated playing. And in the future, when space is used as a study room, this light entry is not a distraction.
The four rooms are continuous and with independent access to the garden and the pool, maintaining the indoor/ outdoor relationship without exposing its users. The bathrooms, in turn, are illuminated with zenith light through 3 rectangular skylights present in 3 bedrooms. The closets accompany the volumetric play of the house between the different scales and heights of each block. In the master suite, two volumes of different scales are joined by a small interior patio that brings a little bit of nature into the house and accompanies the transition between the master bedroom, the bathroom and the dressing room.
The result is a bold and textured geometric game, with different hierarchies that are structured in a sophisticated way and enhance the interaction and privacy of the inhabitants, always preserving a harmonious relationship with the surroundings.
首席建筑师：Henrique Marques, Rui Dinis
设计团队：Marco Santos, Marta Silva, Tiago Maciel
Project name: Casa MF
Location: Paredes, Portugal
Size: 540 sqm
Design company: Spaceworkers
Principal architects: Henrique Marques, Rui Dinis
Architects: Marco Santos, Marta Silva, Tiago Maciel
Engineer: born consulting
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