Duplicated House, A Lisbon Traditional Home

Duplicated House, A Lisbon traditional Home – Miguel Marcelino – Expansion of a house in a Lisbon neighborhood of traditional semi-detached houses. The conflict between the regular geometry of the existing house – rectangular – with the small plot with a triangular shape, produces an exceptional situation: the extension body follows a different orientation, consisting in duplication and rotation of the original volume. WATCH ALSO: TRADITIONAL CHICAGO HOUSE

Miguel Marcelino Architect.
Lisbon Traditional Home
Duplicated House

Duplicated House, A Lisbon traditional Home – This new building footprint allows the increase of the floor area desired by the clients, keeping the parking space and the outside area at the back, unobstructed due to the higher level than the surrounding area. MEXICAN CRAFTS

Miguel Marcelino Architect.
Duplicated House
Miguel Marcelino Architect.


Duplicated House, A Lisbon traditional Home – Licensing entities required that any extensions be clearly demarcated from the original constructions. Thus, as the new volume is an exact copy of the original volumetry, it presents a different finish, with a stone grain covering the walls and roof indifferently. BEACH HOTEL IN PORTUGAL \ HAV POLE \ HOUSE OF GIANTS

Miguel Marcelino Architect.
Miguel Marcelino Architect.
Duplicated House

Project Specifics, Miguel Marcelino Architect. – Home Expansion
2018-2021, LISBON, PORTUGAL 2018-2021 LOT STORE IN PORTO

Lisbon Traditional Home
Lisbon Traditional Home
Lisbon Traditional Home

VISIT INSTAGRAM

Home Expansion Architecture:
Miguel Marcelino
Collaborators:
Structural Engineering:
AJSA AJSA
Phases:
2018-2019 (project)
2020-2021 (construction)
General Contractor:
Vassalo & Sousa
Gross Floor Area:
139 m2
Building Footprint:
69 m2
Site Area:
182 m2
Location:
Lisbon, Portugal
Client:
Private client
© Archive Miguel Marcelino
Copyright final work photos:
Luca Ercolanoni, Maria Rivas, Miguel Coutinho, Monica Gonzalez, Nicola Bruno
Copyright drawings
© Archive Miguel Marcelino
(photo: Lourenço T. Abreu)

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