– WAATAA’s project in Lisbon focused on the conversion of commercial spaces into living spaces, with coloured volumes that organize the functions and define the space of the house.
– Portuguese architect Paulo Martins renovated a vacation house in Aveiro, using clear colours and a minimalist language in order to maximize the bounds.
– The house in Praia da Costa Nova by Lousinha Arquitectos is a compact mass to which small parallelepipedic portions are subtracted to mark special events: entrances, porches and balconies.
– Martins Architecture Office has renovated a single family house in Braga exploring a sense of light, anchored to the vertical acesses organized through half floors.
– Portuguese studio João Mendes Ribeiro designed an inclusive, elegant and cosmopolitan shop in Lisbon, that enhances and complements Claus Porto’s strong identity.
– In an attempt to improve what seems to be a hopless state of the art in local architecture, Miguel Marcelino renovated an apartment in Odivelas, Portugal, giving it a soul.
– In Lisbon, Fala Atelier converted a garage into a house, leaving the structure in its original state and giving the space an industrial, yet cozy touch.
– Located on a privileged site in dialogue with the D. Luís I bridge in Porto, NMS and Hugo Ferreira renewed an housing building, articulating different levels of privacy within the excavated granite.
Top: Fala Atelier, Garage house, Lisbon 2016