You can search high and low, but you wont find this villa until you take an exploration into Portugal. The condition put on architect Mario Martins while designing Villa Escarpa was that it must be built on a piece of land previously occupied by another building. Although this had its downside, the location sat on an escarpment overlooking the Algarve coastline and village of Praia da Luz, in the South of Portugal. Situated on a very steep slope and exposed to rough winds, these constraints formed the basis of the initial design concept.
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