Gulbenkian Home is a newly renovated, minimal residence in Lisbon, Portugal, designed by Maison Amarande. Situated close to the esteemed Gulbenkian gardens, the renovation sought to open up the area and make the most of up to date components whereas preserving as a lot of the unique particulars as potential.
As a part of the preservation of the constructing, the ceiling, picket flooring and molding had been saved in tact. Partitions had been eliminated with a purpose to open up the area, permitting for plentiful pure mild to flow into all through the ground plan. The kitchen makes use of terrazzo flooring together with Japanese tiles for the backsplash.
As described by the studio, “The lighting is all the time very rigorously studied and chosen, to mix homogeneously altogether and with the opposite design components.” As such, full peak doorways had been used for his or her capacity to create attention-grabbing mild and shade results whereas offered privateness when wanted.
Images by Francisco Nogueira.