Renovated house in Lisbon
Sensitive restructuring in Lisbon. Modernity echoes the Portuguese context

The Dodged House in Lisbon, renovated by the Bureau Daniel Zamarbide studio, has a very distinctive modernity, based on its practice, the reflection of the Portuguese context in which it is located and characterised by a contemplative void inside.

The house has an opaque façade, focusing on less marketable features. Emphasis is placed on the empty space inside, creating an interesting relationship between the interior and exterior. 

Opaque blind facade

However, the functional requirements have not been completely overlooked, as they are part of a very simple and comprehensible project, despite being inserted in a unique urban fabric and historical context.

Opaque blind facade