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Casa Tepui by CO-LAB Design Office | Global Interiors


Casa Tepui is split across three levels: a secluded ground floor, a suspended first floor and an open rooftop. The ground floor houses three en-suite bedrooms, each with its own private garden and terrace. Climbing up to the first floor, the kitchen, dining and living area merge into one elongated space, flanked by a swimming pool and terrace. Finally, the rooftop comprises an outdoor dining and lounge area, a barbecue and a jacuzzi. Casa Tepui may be built for two, but it is certainly fit for entertaining.



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Casa Dois by Atelier RUA | Design Destination


Translating to ‘House Two’, Casa Dois is the second of three boutique holiday homes by bespoke accommodation agency The Addresses. Each guesthouse by the hospitality brand sees the sensitive restoration of Islamic or Moorish structures, with a strong focus on preserving Portugal’s rich architectural past.

Located in Portugal’s Algarve region, Casa Dois’s whitewashed cuboid facade blends seamlessly with the surrounding architecture. Inside, Studio Stories were inspired by Portugal’s warm climate to create a sun-soaked, earthen palette that contrasts the white exterior and celebrates indoor-outdoor living. 



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Casa JMA by Febrero Studio | Global Interiors


Febrero Studio co-founder Jesus Diaz Osuna says the main design objective was to connect the home to the outdoors at every opportunity. To achieve this, limestone flooring forms the base of the home both indoors and out, paired with warm-toned timber and black steel-frame accents. “We used materials that are natural and honest, to cultivate a sense of warmth wherever you are in the home,” Jesus says.

A cohesive material palette in the timber window frames, kitchen joinery, external plantation shutters, and pergola creates a sense of unison between indoor and outdoor living spaces, paired with upholstered furniture and woven rugs inside. 



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Casa Azul by Bak Gordon | Global Interiors


Bak Gordon have taken to the home’s earth-toned surroundings and lined it entirely with terracotta lime mortar to create a sense of continuity between the building and the landscape. “We decided to cover the building with a material that is widely used in the south, a lime mortar, with an added pigment to reduce the contrast between the artificiality of the house and the surrounding landscape,” Ricardo says.

To keep materials to a minimum, Bak Gordon also clad the floor, ceiling and interior walls in this same pigmented lime mortar as the exterior, creating a fluid connection to both the exterior and the desert-like terrain of Grândola. Underneath this lime mortar is a layer of cork for insulation and breathability – an obvious form of insulation for a home in the cork capital of the world. 



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