Fahr 021.3 adds turquoise colour and playful shapes to family home in Porto

Local architecture studio Fahr 021.3 has renovated a home for a young family in Porto, Portugal, drawing inspiration from the social architecture projects seen in the city in the 1960s and 70s.

The studio transformed the three-storey building for a family with two kids that wanted to live close to the city centre, keeping very little of the original structure.

The house features turquoise doors and window frames

“It was a renovation with very little use of the pre-existing structure insofar as only the stone partition walls were used, forcing the reuse of materials that did not increase the loads

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