Located in Belém, very close to the Tagus, Bom Sucesso is a set of four buildings of differentiated housing. Flanked to the south by Rua do Praia do Bom Sucesso, this set of buildings takes its name not only from the street, but from the Convent of Nossa Senhora do Bom Sucesso (founded in 1645), which nicknamed Praia and Rua homonyms, having been a seaside destination popular at the end of the century. XIX.
Two types of housing are proposed: collective and single-family. Each of them with a varied offer of space and environments, with two buildings dedicated to single-family housing and two other buildings dedicated to collective housing. At the extremes of the proposed conceptual spectrum are single family houses with traditional vs. traditional industrial environments. minimalist contemporary.