Into The Wood: Paratelier's Brutalist House in Lisbon

The dining table and chairs are oak. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

Pine used first as formwork now panels the house’s double-height entry. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

Staircase elements are load-bearing. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

Sliding doors open to a deck. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

Stucco walls enclose a patio off the entry. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

This bedroom is the larger of the two. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

Ochre tints the concrete poured for the facade. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

Both bedrooms share a bathroom. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

The bedrooms and bathroom form a row on the middle level. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

Ceiling panels on the top level are a composite of sawdust and cement. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

Palmela was once a Roman fortress. Photography by Leonardo Finott.

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