This pared-back apartment is located in Lisbon and it is an example of a highly stylized and heavily industrially influenced residence. The interior of the full-height, four-storey living space is arranged in collaboration between architect Daniel Zamarbide and Leopold Banchini who have history working with one another as they previously ran a studio together.
The pared-back apartment borrowed characteristics from modern design movements, as well as Spanish architectural sensibilities. One of the most striking features of the interior is, without a doubt, the glass walls that leave little to the imagination. The space is distributed in a "stepped section with three upper floors that gradually increase in size." The concrete material boldly contributes to the industrial aesthetic, while the pared-back apartment also offers the opportunity for a minimalist lifestyle.
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