Portuguese studio Aboim Inglez Arquitectos has updated a 1930s apartment in Lisbon with patterned parquet floors, grey marble surfaces, custom furniture and a new sun room.
The architects stripped back the interiors of the long and narrow apartment on Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, revealing its existing hardwood parquet flooring.
They restored the original wooden floor where possible, and redesigned and replaced it in areas where it was missing.
The parquets have different tones and are arranged to create alternating light and dark squares, creating a variety of patterns bound by strips of light wooden boards that trace the outline of areas.
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