Fala Atelier has gutted a 19th-century Lisbon apartment, creating a continuous living area framed by a new semi-circular wall.
A series of incremental interventions had left the 19th-century Chiado Apartment fragmented, compromising many of its original details, so Porto-based Fala Atelier was tasked with completing remodelling the interior.
The brief called for all important authentic details, such as the decorative ceiling mouldings, to be preserved where possible. The architects were able to achieve this by removing many of the non-original walls, creating a more straightforward layout.
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