Architect João Vieira De Campos created a minimalist concrete house for a family in Porto, Portugal. The rectangular structure is two storeys high and has a decisively noticeable presence by way of its ultra-clean and unembellished exterior. The lack of detailing does anything but diminish the overall presence of the home. An exploration into the world of materiality and design, the minimalist concrete house harbors a dash of brutalist architecture that solidifies its overall aesthetic.
João Vieira De Campos made it so that the home "presents a largely closed and robust facade to the street" but has a somewhat more inviting exterior toward the backyard. The sizable windows definitely break up the minimalist concrete house's overall unapologetic vibe.
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