Debate features green-tiled Portuguese house “that will age beautifully”

Lisbon House Bak Gordon Arquitectos

The latest edition of our Dezeen Debate newsletter features a green-tiled concrete house in Lisbon by Bak Gordon Arquitectos. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now.

Designed by Bak Gordon Arquitectos, the home is wedged between two buildings and separated by a courtyard and was designed to blend in with the surrounding architecture.

Readers were captivated by the building, with one calling it “the right recipe” and predicting that it would “age beautifully”. While another described it as “an exquisite creation”.

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Seeded toilet paper encourages plants to grow with human-waste fertiliser

Other stories in this week’s newsletter that fired up the comments section included a seeded biodegradable toilet paper made from orange and aloe vera, an interview with visualisation artist Charlotte Taylor and the unveiling of Lamborghini’s concept for its first all-electric vehicle.

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