Casa de Santa Maria, Cascais. Reclaimed tiles and ceiling, and a room shape that is most bizarre. The house was done in two phases, so perhaps the architect was forced to adapt the new wing to the old. Or perhaps he just wanted to pretend like he had to. In any case, he had fun.

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