Interior lighting of a house in Porto, inspired by umbrellas

Project: Casa do Campo Lindo
Architects: Ren Ito Arq
Location: Porto, Portugal
Area: 4,811 sf
Photographs by: Ivo Tavares Studio

Casa do Campo Lindo by Ren Ito Arq

The project had the goal to unify two pre-existing ruined buildings to create a detached single-family house.
Unifying and restoring these two houses, a “L” shaped volume was created, which defined an embraced exterior space with a swimming pool.
The common and private spaces are distinguished with definition of the volumes and interior design. Common area (kitchen, living room, gym and multipurpose room) are one-floor-open-space and private spaces (bedrooms and bathroom) are located at three stories independent tower, connected by a corridor to the other spaces.
The roof of the open-space was designed with the concept of “umbrellas”, which softly delimit each space in one large space. The indirect illuminations with umbrella bone shape reinforce this idea and convey a sense of well-being.

-Project description and images provided by Ivo Tavares Studio


Tags: casa do campo lindo, design, interior, ivo tavares, lighting, porto, Portugal

Author: Fidan Jovanov


A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.


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