An outdoor swimming pool with a glass bottom hovers above the second pool of this gorgeous residence in the Portuguese Riviera. Guedes Cruz Arquitectos designed the entire Wall House as a sprawling, open-plan house that embodies the principles of indoor-outdoor living, with so many gorgeous elements that it’s surreal.

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On one of its side, the residence features an expansive glass wall that can be opened to create a direct connection between the interior space, the garden and golf course. Wood slat coverings cover the concrete exterior walls and can be shut to provide complete privacy when needed.

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The most striking feature are the two outdoor swimming pools. The first is located on the ground level, while the second one hovers above the patio and has a glass bottom. The surreal visual effect of this bridge-like structure create unlikely visual connections between different levels of the house.

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Photos by Ricardo Oliveira Alves

Wall House, Guedes Cruz Arquitectos, swimming pool, green architecture, outdoor living, wood slats, concrete, glass facade, golf course, Portugal

Wall House, Guedes Cruz Arquitectos, swimming pool, green architecture, outdoor living, wood slats, concrete, glass facade, golf course, Portugal

Wall House, Guedes Cruz Arquitectos, swimming pool, green architecture, outdoor living, wood slats, concrete, glass facade, golf course, Portugal

Wall House, Guedes Cruz Arquitectos, swimming pool, green architecture, outdoor living, wood slats, concrete, glass facade, golf course, Portugal