The entrance of this house takes over the role, through its double height, is showing as one of the main points of the house. At the entrance, on the ground floor, we find two flights of stairs to the left. These lead us to the intimate areas of the house - the bedrooms and the bathroom. The first haul leads us to the upper floor, consisting of two bedrooms - the main and the fourth of the bunk beds. In the same vein this stairs haul yet found another that leads to the lower floor. This consists of the bathroom and two more bedrooms, with the size of the upper floor but divided by a foyer. The right of the entrance, with the same quota, we found the room and the kitchen to catch all the high ceilings of the house. Both the upper floor as the lower relate to the common areas, leaning on these through a visual set of stairs running through floors means. These are, in this building, authentic sculptural objects that enrich the centrality of the house, making the connection between floors in the main points.
In relation to the outdoor area, it is possible to observe the spring a large entrance area and parking with a covered parking place, while the west (facing the sea), it is possible to enjoy a patio with privileged access to the beach through a small stairs only. This area extends the dining room carries an ideal resting place for sunbathing, where a rustic granite wall accompanies and protects the north wind.
The design of this villa reflects a clear demand for a sensitive space, minimal areas, conditioned but accompanied with delicate spatial sensitivity.
This detached villa is also part of the architectural route "Modernism in Esposende", constituting the house number 12, of the Engineer Eduardo Ribeiro Martins.