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Forja House by Pablo Pita

Research, Architecture, Interiors

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Pablo Pita Architects develops a project looking for a typological cleansing and a formal abstraction as an integrating option with nature. 

Conceptually, it translates into an open space and a small distribution area: a dense dwelling, related to its surroundings through large windows. On the highest slope, a concrete water tank characterizes the external social space, tied to the existing granite wall and the rural animal path.

Architect: Pablo Pita
Location: Cinfães, Portugal

Year: 2018

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