Casa dos Cubos (2007) by EMBAIXADA Arquitectura

Located in Praceta Alves Redol, Portugal, Casa dos Cubos (2007) by EMBAIXADA Arquitectura | The Hardt

 

Located in Praceta Alves Redol, Portugal, Casa dos Cubos (2007) by EMBAIXADA Arquitectura. The Project is a reconversion of a former rundown infrastructure that plays a relevant role in the social and urban context of the city of Tomar, although without any particular architectural interest. The existing 10,100 ft² (938 m²) building acquires a new interior reading, being reconfigured and transformed into a Unitarian and hermetic space with the use of white mate paint and mate epoxy resin coating. The new program comprises two distinct areas: a public area for exhibitions, meetings and cafeteria and a private area consisting of Lecture rooms and accommodation for invited artists.

 

 

 


 

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