Located in the city of Viana in Angola, this villa is characterized by its setting on the ground.
The area of intervention comprises the house but also a terrace surrounding the pool, a barbecue, a tennis court and various types of green spaces – tropical garden, greenhouse and lawn.
The house, divided into three parallel bodies, is placed to the east, leaving the rest of the area to the huge outdoor garden.
One of these three volumes is distinguished by the vertical wooden slats that cover it and by a big white mass that crosses its interior, suspended over the living-room. Here a room and a study are located. On the ground floor lies a room that, through the reflecting pool that surrounds it, has a more intimate relationship with the exterior.
The other two volumes, apparently independent from the living-room, are occupied by four bed-rooms on the first floor, a kitchen, a dining-room, a game room and a room for guests on the ground floor.