Video from ARCHMOV #03. 227 Flat was designed by Diogo Brito, Rodrigo Vilas-Boas and Francisco Lencastre from OODA, in Porto, Portugal.

It’s a 150 sqm two-story apartment completed in 2012.

In a place nearby the sea in Porto, they had the chance to design a complete transformation of a two-story apartment. It was our intention to play with the light that strongly flows into the apartment merging it with new program needs.

The relation between voids, volumes and the function among them was the prime project drive aiming to create fine detailing while suggesting new surprising spaces and features to be used.

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OODA ( ooda.eu ). Diogo Brito, Rodrigo Vilas-Boas, Francisco Lencastre
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Client
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Confidential.
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Area
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150 sqm.
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2012.
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Pedro Carvalho (INCEPTION ARCHITECTS).
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Filming.- Ivo Tavares (ITS – IVO TAVARES STUDIO

Post-Production.- Luís Melo (ITS – IVO TAVARES STUDIO)



 
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OODA. Established in 2010, OODA came about as a result of the reunion between Diogo Brito and Rodrigo Vilas-Boas. Francisco Lencastre joined the office in 2011, initially based in the historical city centre of Porto. In 2018 João Jesus and Julião Pinto Leite joined to expand OODA to five partners.

Recently, OODA has expanded their facilities and currently has two offices with one in Matosinhos, Porto, and one in Lisbon. In the near future, we aim to expand internationally.

Before being a structure of idealization, production and management of architecture, OODA is a broader ideology that has been designed and published in the strategic, methodological and economic book guide ‘OODA Business Plan’. Simultaneously local and global, OODA sets out to be an exporter of regional architecture and an importer of international architecture.
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