“Low Cost” Bathroom
The aim of the project, in a former 18th century mansion now divided into apartments, was to replace surfaces in poor condition (wall and floor) at the lowest cost possible. Highly resistant, traditionally produced materials were used that were in keeping with the building as a whole. The plumbing fixtures were also replaced and rearranged, and the mirror was reset. The project sought to bring light to the space, linking it to the high ceiling and the rest of the house.
Location: Lisbon, Portugal | Design: João Carmo Simões | Builder: Tecnidrigues | Area: 6 m2 | Budget: € 1,500