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A Lisbon Home With A Bookish Twist

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 02, 2014 01:25 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Nov 24, 2014

This meticulously refurbished Lisbon loft has plenty to recommend it—we could begin with its decadent size and sumptuously ornamental (circa 1893) ceiling, for starters—but it’s the space-dividing open bookshelf that caught our eye. No doubt, this spare-no-details renovation by Lisbon architectural practice AVA Architects had every contemporary demarcation (and storage) device at their disposal, but how — Continue reading …




 

 

10-Loft-Three-Marias-in-Lisbon-by-AVA-Architects-photo-Jose-Campos-yatzerThis meticulously refurbished Lisbon loft has plenty to recommend it—we could begin with its decadent size and sumptuously ornamental (circa 1893) ceiling, for starters—but it’s the space-dividing open bookshelf that caught our eye. No doubt, this spare-no-details renovation by Lisbon architectural practice AVA Architects had every contemporary demarcation (and storage) device at their disposal, but how nice that the owners chose, instead, to go with a time-tested mechanism that not only fulfills its space-defining intent, but does so by injecting into polished minimalism the kind of soulful visual heft only possible with a display of printed matter. We’d call this a truly book-worthy renovation.1-Loft-Three-Marias-in-Lisbon-by-AVA-Architects-photo-Jose-Campos-yatzer11-Loft-Three-Marias-in-Lisbon-by-AVA-Architects-photo-Jose-Campos-yatzer7-Loft-Three-Marias-in-Lisbon-by-AVA-Architects-photo-Jose-Campos-yatzerloft_lisbon_jose_campos_0008loft_lisbon_jose_campos_0004Via Yatzer


 

 

 
 
 

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