Pied-à-Terre, Lisbon

A Pombaline apartment, transformed into a temporary residence for a young family while they await the completion of their future home. A complete work of decoration that values ​​the characteristics of the original construction, such as the high ceilings and the wood plank flooring, and combines the changes made to the space in the twentieth century, such as the opening of archways and the original kitchen chimney now used as a fireplace. The combination of family pieces, like the antique screen in the living area or the dining table, mixed with contemporary elements, are the most crucial aspects of this charming apartment, flooded by the light of Lisbon.

Photo credit: Ana Carvalho