Located at Moeda Street, near Cais do Sodré in Lisbon, Portugal – a region that in 2017 underwent a process of requalification of public space and renovation of its central area -, the apartment designed by EstúdioObraPrima is located in a centennial building of 6 floors, which also underwent a recent retrofit process.
Designed by Estúdio Obra Prima
Photographed by Fernando Guerra
The apartment was found in its original state, with wooden floors from the time of construction, walls with the same coating as the facade and original frames, elements that were maintained and restored in the new project.
The hall welcomes with a window that faces an outdoor garden and invites to enter its large double-height rooms. The kitchen was integrated into the living room by tearing down the wall that separated it and the addition of an iron square door that added more breaste to the space. Also in the social area, a cigar shop was designed to receive friends and a neon reference to Portuguese music on the wall.
In the intimate area, the hallway that leads to the five bedrooms has natural wood joinery, and in the children's room, bunk beds make up the environment with tables by the Portuguese furniture brand Fuschini. A light palette and neutral tones mark the choice of furniture and coverings for the bedrooms and bathrooms.