Y House by SousaSantos Arquitectos


SousaSantos Arquitectos designed the Y House as a vision device in the medieval town of Obidos, Portugal.

The design was focused in a system that rules the way the inhabitant sees the outside world and simultaneously the way the outside sees the dwellers.

The big curved window creates a visual path that, like a camera traveling, reveal the image of the landscape. The idea of landscape as an image and its importance in the domestic living were the main design focus of this scheme.






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