Casa de São Lourenço

Rooms 17   Architecture Sitespecific - Paulo Costa and Patrícia Marques   Interior Design P 06 - Nuno Gusmão
The Original Isabel Costa and João Tomás

Hotels Facts & Figures
Rooms
17
Architecture
Sitespecific - Paulo Costa and Patrícia Marques
Interior
Design P 06 - Nuno Gusmão
The Original Isabel Costa and João Tomás

Noteworthy is a new concrete construction that opens up to the south and overlooks the valley, giving the hotel more breadth, as well as a canvas for contemporary design.

ARCHITECTURE

Paulo Costa and Patrícia Marques

Originally a simple construction in granite and schist stone, with long eave roofs, Casa de São Lourenço has been enlarged and augmented by architects Paulo Costa and Patrícia Marques through the artful use of masonry and stone.

ARCHITECTURE
Paulo Costa and Patrícia Marques

Originally a simple construction in granite and schist stone, with long eave roofs, Casa de São Lourenço has been enlarged and augmented by architects Paulo Costa and Patrícia Marques through the artful use of masonry and stone.

Noteworthy is a new concrete construction that opens up to the south and overlooks the valley, giving the hotel more breadth, as well as a canvas for contemporary design.

INTERIOR DESIGN

Nuno Gusmão

The property stands as a testament to Portuguese design, both historical and contemporary. Each room is unique and designed to inform guests about local traditions, history, customs, and materials.

The light and dark color palette in the public spaces echoes the two types of wool produced by Serra da Estrela sheep, while neutral colors in the rooms, an abundance of pine, and the liberal use of burel give the property a local flair.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Nuno Gusmão

The property stands as a testament to Portuguese design, both historical and contemporary. Each room is unique and designed to inform guests about local traditions, history, customs, and materials.

 
 

The light and dark color palette in the public spaces echoes the two types of wool produced by Serra da Estrela sheep, while neutral colors in the rooms, an abundance of pine, and the liberal use of burel give the property a local flair.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Nuno Gusmão

The property stands as a testament to Portuguese design, both historical and contemporary. Each room is unique and designed to inform guests about local traditions, history, customs, and materials.

The light and dark color palette in the public spaces echoes the two types of wool produced by Serra da Estrela sheep, while neutral colors in the rooms, an abundance of pine, and the liberal use of burel give the property a local flair.

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