Situated in a remote area in Portugal, the House in Parada coordinates itself into the characteristic scene. Its basic outline comprises of two stories produced using board-shaped cement. Albeit clean, and insignificant, the contemporary dwelling turns into a piece of the peaceful setting by tunneling itself into its slope plot. Inside, uncovered concrete and regular dim ataíja stone command the living spaces while rich wood millwork adds a warm complexity to the solid palette. To interface the inside to the outside, floor-to-roof windows confined in dark aluminum fold over the principle level managing sweeping perspectives on the encompassing fields. Simultaneously, sliding entryways extend rooms out to a poolside patio ignoring the verdant view.