House in Lisbon, a three-storey house with a vertical garden that includes 25 different Iberian and Mediterranean plant species, is designed by Portuguese architects Luís Rebelo de Andrade, Tiago Rebelo de Andrade and Manuel Cachão Tojal.
Narrow townhouse, in the heart of the city has bushy plants all over its body and a swimming pool on its roof.
Different fragrances are spread throughout the floors. In the swimming pool, you will have the flavour of saffron; in the bedroom, lavender and in the living-room, rosemary.
Living and dining rooms are on the second floor, bedrooms are located in the first floor, a garage and a music room are on the ground floor.
A single staircase spans one side of the house to connect all three floors and the roof terrace.