Tolo House, by Álvaro Siza (the son of Álvaro Siza which has the same name and is an architect), 2000-2005, in Lugar das Carvalhinhas, Ribeira da Pena District, Portugal
The project consists of a holiday home with three bedrooms, a social bathroom, a living room, a dinning room, a small kitchen with a support washbasin, pantry, and even a small outdoor swimming pool.
The terrain is sharply inclined and has a particular configuration: it is very long and narrow. However, the fact that it faces south allows it to receive optimal solar exposure and to enjoy a particular natural view. via archdaily
Photos by FG+SG