Are you ready for some great design news? A new amazing showroom was opened las week in Porto, Portugal. Curated Design is the motto for this project, a people’s experience based on the relationship between the client and the brands to make sure that the art of engagement was not lost. In partnership with Covet Lounge, here you can find amazing design brands like: Delightfull, Boca do Lobo, Brabbu, and others. Let’s take a look inside.
In an almost digital world where budgets, luxury, products’ quality and, of course, deadlines set the rules for this new way of collaboration with design. The project comes as the next step for both brands and this March marks the opening of the first showroom in Oporto. DelightFULL and Covet Lounge aim to offer this luxury experience with a specialized team and will arrange a walk through the interesting stories behind the beautiful high-end furniture and lighting creations while relishing good appetizer and taste great Portuguese wine.
This exclusive space comes with the need of these luxury brands to express and share their exquisite designs. Different ambiances and creative sets are the perfect wayDelightFULL and Covet Lounge found to invite their clients to celebrate design and taste the experience of the first contact with real pieces. Most international clients have visited the brands offices through the years, but now they have their own showroom for meetings and exclusive engagement between the brand’s collections and their best clients.
The space with a friendly environment is also the perfect scenario to original, exclusive and different photo shoots followed by inspiring and peculiar stories behind the pieces. The brands let you set your own scene and create diﬀerent ambiences with the help of their creative team.
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House JA was envisioned to combine a rural and urban lifestyle and the result was PERFECT! “The existent stone ruins, a vestige of a traditional home and the configuration of the lot were the main aspects of the new project. The first principle was to separate the new and the old construction, even if they are connected inside.”, you can read at freshome.
One of the principles was to separate the new and the old construction, even if they are connected inside. A stone volume represents the existent building; a concrete volume the new one.
The second one, was to introduce light in the middle of the building. Two different empty spaces were generated: the entrance, and the heart of this home – the courtyard. As you can see here.
Mixing Rural and Urban Lifestyles: this building is a modern project mixing the old and the new, full of beautiful rooms and a clean but cozy ambiance. Visit the architect’s pages for more information about their work!
Filipe Pina Profile:
The architect born in Paris in 1983 and is graduated by the Universidade da Beira Interior (UBI) in 2008. Erasmus student at Prima Facoltà di Architettura Ludovico Quaroni, La Sapienza, Roma (2006-2007). Participated in the international programs Inov-Art at Mediathéque de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine de Paris and Leonardo da Vinci at Service Départemental de L’Architecture et du Patrimoine de Paris, (2009). Collaborated with Joaquim Carreira office (2010). In the same year, he started a partnership with Maria Inês Costa. Worked in the Urbanism Department of the Town Hall of Celorico da Beira (2011-2012). Currently collaborates with Modular-System (Porto), while developing individual and joint projects at the same time.
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For those who love architecture, here we have the perfect post, directly from Portugal!
Architect Ernesto Pereira envisioned this original contemporary timber-clad residence called SilverWoodHouse. When contacted, the brief came with no deadline or even budget, just a simple request: the owners wanted “a piece of art, a product that fascinated them and where it would feel good to live”.
This house, located near Mindelo – a coastal area 14 miles north of Porto – inspires a holiday refuge with a soothing beach-side atmosphere. Pereira admits that “It was very important to meet the owners exhaustively, as well as their tastes and their foibles, routines and pleasures, and present a solution: the SilverWoodHouse. I decided to take the beach to my clients, so that they could feel everyday the proximity of the dunes, sand and worn wood.”
Photography: João Morgado Photography | Source: Freshome.com
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