PHOTO CREDITS:
Pedro Lobo - Photography

Team
Ding Dong Studio
Escritório Sagrada Família
Escritório Baixa
Say My Name
Suite Hotel Ribeira
Casa S. Paulo
Casa Praia
Casa Golf
Apartamento Boavista
Casa Rio
Apartamento Central Park
Penthouse Marginal
Apartamento Montevideo
Casa Vale do Lobo
Apartamento Pinhais
Casa Blue Jeans

João Bessone - Photography

Festa das Mesas 2014
Radio Palace
Dulcineia Bar
Ding Dong Store

António Pinto - Photography

The Arc

António Moutinho - Photography

Festa das Mesas 2018

Montse Garriga - Photography

Casa Teatro

Casa Miramar

Tapestry Ferreira de Sá

Lisbon Roots

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Fuel Lisbon

LOCATION
Lisboa, Portugal

“DREAM LISBOA”

THE FUTURE IS TAYLOR MADE

 

Never forget that what becomes timeless was once truly new

Nicholas Ghesquière

   

Dulcineia Bar

1953, Lisbon. The luxury liner “Santa Maria” makes her maiden voyage to South America. On the wall of one of the bars is a triptych in gold-polished wood. The triptych is more than a detail, it contributes to the design of the whole. Today it is part of a different whole. As pertinent as it was over half a century ago, it’s timeless to us. Thus arises this bar of a Hotel lost in any street of Lisbon in which the history of things is always present without, however, anchoring them to the past. The result is more than just a set of layers, it’s a Taylor Made project in which the new adds to the old and the old adds to the new, seeking to give each other something to make them last in time.
PROJECTS LIST
DULCINEIA BAR
LOCATION
Lisboa, Portugal

“DREAM LISBOA”

THE FUTURE IS TAYLOR MADE

 

Never forget that what becomes timeless was once truly new

Nicholas Ghesquière

   

Dulcineia Bar

1953, Lisbon. The luxury liner “Santa Maria” makes her maiden voyage to South America. On the wall of one of the bars is a triptych in gold-polished wood. The triptych is more than a detail, it contributes to the design of the whole. Today it is part of a different whole. As pertinent as it was over half a century ago, it’s timeless to us. Thus arises this bar of a Hotel lost in any street of Lisbon in which the history of things is always present without, however, anchoring them to the past. The result is more than just a set of layers, it’s a Taylor Made project in which the new adds to the old and the old adds to the new, seeking to give each other something to make them last in time.
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