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Lisbon Wood // Plano Humano Arquitectos

Lisbon, Portugal

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Rebuild to revive. Renew to continue. To give a new life to an existing building, within it´s story and excellent location. The pre-existence was a state service, the tourism general offices.The project intended to provide the building with features of a current architecture. New materials, new spaces, new connections, thus creating new experiences for the new established use, to inhabit.

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© Plano Humano Arquitectos

© Plano Humano Arquitectos

© Plano Humano Arquitectos

Inhabiting the city center. Take advantage of the centrality, with the required privacy and retreat. Living in larger and connected spaces, full of light. We opened the building to the outer space. We extend it on balconies that increase the space of habitation, which thus also happens outdoors, in contact with the open air, a relic in the center of the city.

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© Plano Humano Arquitectos

© Plano Humano Arquitectos

© Plano Humano Arquitectos

Interior and exterior are in constant dialogue.We worked the materiality according to its characteristics of comfort, robustness and longevity. the minimalist interior contrasts while connects with the powerful exterior in thermo modified wood.
A disused building gained a new life, and give new lives through its 15 apartments and 2 shops, connected by common leisure spaces, such as gardens, a gym and a SPA.
Wood is the hallmark of the building.

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© Plano Humano Arquitectos

© Plano Humano Arquitectos

© Plano Humano Arquitectos

Traditional and noble material, allied to the current technology, in the cladding of facades that will always be dynamic, different for each moment of the day and for each apartment. The facade is dynamic, it has constant movement, which makes it a mutable, almost living building, that transcends its inner life to the exterior.The wood is applied in automated shutters, that while privatizing the interior spaces, increase the building´s energy efficiency.

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© Plano Humano Arquitectos

© Plano Humano Arquitectos

© Plano Humano Arquitectos

They limit or allow the interior solar incidence, depending if it is summer or winter, what in a mediterranean city like Lisbon has a great preponderance in thermal confort. Credits:- Plano Humano Arquitectos – Architect – Helena Vieira- Plano Humano Arquitectos – Architect – Pedro Ferreira.

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