A 90s’ apartment of no particular architectural or construction quality required total renovation. The apartment was redesigned for a couple, with various restricting walls knocked down to open the space up, directing it towards transversal light. Materials, and their meetings and planes, were chosen to give the design a strong coherence.To achieve this, the aim was to establish consistency and solidity for those living in the apartment; that sense of peaceful unity and silence within which they could build.
Location: Cascais, Portugal | Client: António Lima and Susana Silva | Builder: Gestolivre | Area: 96 m2 | Materials: Riga Wood, Estremoz marble stone
Published on the book Portuguese Modern Apartments, Uzinabooks