Architect Pedro Gadanho redevlops the design of a classic family home into a contemporary escapade showcasing a masterful play of colour, the house is located in Torres Vedras, Portugal. Gadano collaborated on the project with Sara Silva Natairia. The family house redesign completed in 2010 takes the scope 400 square meters.
Pedro Gadanho, a Lisbon-based architect, curator, and writer whose international work has focused on the connections between architecture and contemporary culture, has been appointed Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Photographs: Fernando Guerra – FG+SG