elongated volumes rooted in the surrounding landscape form this minimal house by spanish firm fran silvestre arquitectos. located in the wooded area of a golf course in lisbon, portugal, the ‘coimbra-steinman house’ splits into two volumes that mirror the different purposes of the residence.
emerging from the sloping hills and overlooking green terrain, the single-family residence is built on a longitudinal surface with a triangular geometry. a linear architecture houses an open living area, accommodating shared spaces which include two offices, a kitchen area and a living room. meanwhile, a second volume unfolds from the point of contact, housing the homes private functions.