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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Monte da Azarujinha in Évora, Portugal by aboim inglez architectos

 
April 7th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: aboim inglez architectos

The 140 ha property is located on the outskirts of Azaruja village, Évora district. One senses this vast plain through its corks trees and the small constructions that punctuate the landscape, making it noticeable and humane. A hundred year old agricultural construction is to be refurbished and enlarged in order to accommodate a small tourism unit.

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

  • Architects: aboim inglez architectos (Maria Ana Aboim Inglez + Ricardo Aboim Inglez)
  • Project: Monte da Azarujinha
  • Location: Azaruja, Évora, Portugal
  • Photography: Hugo Santos Silva and Ricardo Gonçalves
  • Team: Tiago Pereira
  • Structural Engineer: Armando Nunes Martins
  • Services Engineer: Acribia
  • Quantity Surveyor: perfect
  • Contractor: House Pro Era | Abstract space
  • Gross Area: 500 M2
  • Cost per M2: € 640,00
  • Cost: € 320.000,00
  • Project: 2012 – 2014
  • Construction: 2014 – 2015

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

The existing excesses and uncharacteristic enlargements are demolished and the quest for light begins. The programmatic disposition aims to follow the existing territory – informal and with no barriers. Borders are suppressed making it possible to circulate from space to space, where interior and exterior, naturalness and natural become one. In order to have no disturbances between building and territory symbiosis, windows slide into the walls. Paintings emerge on the inside and passages appear from the outside.

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

The porch presents itself as a connection moment between two natural elements – palm tree and fig Tree. Coming from the north of Africa, the enthusiastic red palm weevil annihilates the first. Time proves it right.

In the vast plain, the porch touches us.

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gonçalves

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

Image Courtesy © Hugo Santos Silva

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Image Courtesy © aboim inglez architectos

Image Courtesy © aboim inglez architectos

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