Casa Cambeses was developed by architects Rui Grazina and is located on a 3300 square meter inclined surface in Cambyses, Barcelos, Portugal. The residence stands out due to an original concrete exterior and a few interesting landscape architecture details. Given the steep terrain condition, the 300 square-meter dwelling has two levels oriented to the east and one to the west. This side is buried and generates an underground floor. The residence is divided in two functional areas: the living and dining spaces are accommodated by the left side of the building, while the bedrooms are located on the right. The interior design is minimalist, achieved in a contemporary fashion. Floor to ceiling windows ensure a good indoor outdoor connection. Have a look and tell us what details you appreciate when it comes to the design of this project. [Photography by Nelson Garrido]