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Shepherds House / Linha de Terra Architecture

The project responds to the need to create a multipurpose space, compartmentalized, with the intent of gathering people to learn, discuss, listen to different themes and religious teachings. Four white walls were built on which lay a heavy, massive concrete roof. The interior is supported by wood lightweight structures and panels.

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Architects: Linha de Terra Architecture

Location: R. Ferragial, 1200 Lisbon, Portugal

Architect In Charge: Raul Serra

Area: 343.0 m2

Project Year: 2018

Photographs: emontenegro / architectural photography

Constructor/Mep: António Augusto Miranda

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Text description provided by the architects. The project responds to the need to create a multipurpose space, compartmentalized, with the intent of gathering people to learn, discuss, listen to different themes and religious teachings. Four white walls were built on which lay a heavy, massive concrete roof. The interior is supported by wood lightweight structures and panels.

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Ground Floor Plan

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From the confrontation between the different materiality, different spaces, perceptions and experiences are created. On the ground floor, the light entering through the white walls floods each space, enhancing the h...
Source: Archdaily
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