Mãe d’Agua das Amoreiras is a 1746 historical building formerly used as reservoir, from where water were distributed toward fountains and channellings of the city. Inside, a wooden islet amid a water glass plate host Cartha Magazine Exhibition, a one year long reflection on ‘The Form of Form’, structured into three acts.
Housed atop a hill in the center of Lisbon, Santa Clara 1728 which belong to hotelier João Rodrigues, is one of the most romantic and quiet place of the city, surrounded by monuments and a park offering a breathtaking view of the river.
Fernando Brizio’s floating table is an innovative concept to exhibit and showcase jewelry and accessories designers. Displayed at the Sociedad Nacional de Belas Artes in Lisbon, the jewelry table surface is made of
Built in the 19th century this Lisbon apartment designed by Fala Atelier architects presents the different fragments left behind from its many owners throughout the years.
An initiative of advertising agency MSTF Partners from Lisbon, Tell a Story aims to promote Portuguese literature from across the ages. The project features a vintage ‘book van’ that – like stories – moves from place to place, spreading the word in different languages.
In the heart of Alfama, the most typical district of Lisbon, next to the Cathedral and the São Jorge Castle, the boutique hotel Memmo Alfama contrasts with the city’s historic area featuring a modern architecture and contemporary style, overlooking the Tagus River and Alfama itself.
Only one hour south of Lisbon, Comporta is one of Portugal’s most unspoilt and alluring beach destinations: turquoise water and a 80 km sandy beach is what its natural reserve offers.