Like the thrill of opening a fresh Crayola box on the first day of school, the Casa em Torres Vedras is awash in ‘Electric Lime, ‘Purple Pizzazz,’ and ‘Pacific Blue,’ to name a few of our waxy, childhood favorites. The minimalistic space designed by Pedro Gadanho has a modern, clean aesthetic and is sparsely decorated. From room to room the bold hues change with a spin of the color wheel. A Turquoise Blue, elevated reading nook is has a calming effect while the hot pink kitchen quickens the pulse. And let’s not forget the ginormous red and white pill that sits playfully in the corner of living room, testing the confines of the space and expanding upwards towards the ceiling.
(Photography Credit: Fernando Guerra)