A striking red colored remote dwelling designed by RA architecture & design studio ( @ ) occupies an arid plot in Portugal’s Herdade da Considerada.
The location of the house and farm building is characterized by lush landscape dotted by cork, oak and pine trees. Dubbed as ‘House 3000’ or ‘The Red House’, Architect Luis Rebelo de Andrade choose its architecture to stand out amongst its surrounding. Due to the escapist location, the house now acts as a reference point owing to its bright red facade. Simple, functional, rectangular and sustainable buildings don gable roofs similar to a child house drawing. As a result, the structure poses an agreeable contrast to its lush green surroundings. .
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