Aboim Inglez Arquitectos overhauls 1930s apartment in Lisbon with wooden parquet and grey marble
葡萄牙的Aboim Inglez Arquitectos建筑工作室最近翻修了这座20世纪30年代的里斯本公寓，并配以拼花地板、灰色大理石表面、预制家具和一间全新的阳光房。
建筑师拆除了Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca这座长而窄的公寓的内部装饰，露出了它原有的硬木拼花地板。
Portuguese studio Aboim Inglez Arquitectos has updated this 1930s apartment in Lisbon with patterned parquet floors, grey marble surfaces, custom furniture and a new sun room.
The architects stripped back the interiors of the long and narrow apartment on Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, revealing its existing hardwood parquet flooring.
They restored the original wooden floor where possible, and redesigned and replaced it in areas where it was missing.
The parquets have different tones and are arranged to create alternating light and dark squares, creating a variety of patterns bound by strips of light wooden boards that trace the outline of areas.
“在原来的建筑中硬木拼花地板统一了整个空间，”建筑师Maria Ana和Ricardo Aboim Inglez告诉Dezeen。
"There was an existing hardwood parquet pavement on the apartment that unified the whole space," architects Maria Ana and Ricardo Aboim Inglez told Dezeen.
"The concept of the pavement design is original from 1938," they continued. "We believe it was used to stress the independence of the rooms and circulation areas and at the same time acting as the element that unifies the whole house."
Prior to the renovation the apartment featured a series of underused spaces connected by a poorly lit 15-metre-long corridor. The team cut through walls at either end of the hallway to allow in more light and removed doors between spaces to leave openings.
"Light was allowed in where it was needed and some doors were removed to reinforce the permeable spatial character that we aimed for," said the architects.
"The connecting corridor summarises the subtle but complete transformation of the apartment's architecture: a length-long bench was installed adding a dwelling quality to what was formerly an exclusively functional space," they added.
At one end of the apartment, a trio of living areas are flooded with light by three large street-facing windows.
The dining room, set at the oposite side of the apartment, is furnished with a simple wooden table and console, custom-made by the architects.
The architects added an opening to one of the outer walls to create a sun room at the end of the dining space. Sliding glass doors separate the two spaces.
A further doorway leads from the dining room to the kitchen, which is finished with mottled grey flooring, countertops and splashbacks.
Rodrigo da Fonseca公寓是最近里斯本改造公寓中的其中一个。Atelier Data工作室为一个顶楼添加了绿植，将阁楼转变为都市绿洲；Fala Atelier工作室使用了曲面墙为一座历史性公寓开放了内部空间。
The architects also reconfigured the bathrooms, replaced outdated fittings and added light grey marble surfaces.
The Rodrigo da Fonseca apartment is one of a series of recently renovated apartments in Lisbon. Atelier Data added greenery to transform a penthouse into an urban oasis, while Fala Atelier used a curving wall to shape open-plan interior for historic flat.
Photography is by Ricardo Gonçalves.
建筑设计：Maria Ana Aboim Inglez，Ricardo Aboim Inglez
项目团队：Bárbara Vasconcelos，Tiago Pereira
Architects: Maria Ana Aboim Inglez, Ricardo Aboim Inglez
Project team: Bárbara Vasconcelos, Tiago Pereira
Structural engineer: António Vieira