In the center of the space it has been at a kiosk for fresh produce such as salads, juices or fruit. The palette of materials used for the study includes natural stones for flooring, marble, oak wood, bricks and hydraulic tiles that help to create the informal atmosphere of urban markets.
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Led by director Pedro Gadanho, MAAT will explore contemporary culture through visual arts, new media, architecture, technology, and science. ‘MAAT not only supports Portuguese artists,’ explains Gadanho, ‘but also local curators who are important figures in the cultural development of a place, as producers of content and relationships.’
The Water Museum – property of EPAL (portuguese water company) – is a space that focuses mostly on the general aspects of the water, with an educational and scientific approach, while transmitting also some of the highlights of EPAL’s history and legacy to society (unlike most traditional company museums that only explore the historical nature of the company itself).
Mão Livre is the responsible for the Concept refresh of the CAT MERRELL store at C.C. Colombo in Lisbon. The space breaks itself in two, letting each of the brands bring in its references and take over the spotlight. The store is the happy result resultant of this balance between the urban and the outdoor.
‘LEDscape’ is an installation which deals with light as a constructive element of space and landscape. It is located in the CCB – Belém Cultural Centre in Lisbon and aims to introduce the everyday user to the Ledare light bulb, thus demystifying the preconceived ideas about LED technology and emphasizing the relevance of this product in the sustainability of the future.
The company wanted the restroom to stand out from the crowd, not only in quality standards, but also by not having the men’s and women’s washrooms strictly separated. The T-shaped plan of the space influenced the design as well. Visitors enter the space through a long corridor that leads to a counter and an internalized room with toilets on both sides.
In April 2011 the most recent Japanese restaurant opened in Lisbon. Created by the Architecture Practice “Saraiva + Associados”, the aim of this design was to reflect different facets of Japanese culture. The thought was to surprise the clientele by letting them discover new textures, new colours and new scents in every step they take or even in every visit they make.