A long bright corridor punctuated by three wood-lined skylights spans this apartment in Lisbon, Portugal, which was been refurbished by local office Aurora Arquitectos.
Positioned at the top of a 1970s building on Lisbon’s Luciano Cordeiro street, the remodeled three-bedroom apartment measures 156 square metres.
The owners wanted to rearrange the apartment’s long and dim central corridor, and also create an office and library for their vast collection of books.
Aurora Arquitectos, founded in 2010 by architects Sofia Couto and Sérgio Antunes, created a series of three skylights along the corridor to let in daylight.
The skylights are each surrounded by wooden panels set at varying angles, sloping upwards from the white plaster ceiling.
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