The interior of the museum is characterized by immense, bright spaces that develop around a central void reaching the full height of the building. Two striking bespoke lights, each with a total height of 21m, are the centerpiece of the ample central space, where a snaking ramp links all the floor levels.
A City of London events venue of a major financial institution.
Carlos Natal, Lda headquarters – coverings for the furniture industry.
Expansion of the Intensive Care Medicine Service – With a total building area of 415 m2, the new Intensive Care Unit has 11 rooms with negative pressure and combines light, fluidity and tranquillity to create a functional and efficient space.
Huawei offices in Lisbon.
The Museum building, cladded in corrugated aluminium sheeting, appears dark in the landscape. Its image constantly shifting from black to silver, depending on the viewing angle. The interior is an essay on light, captured in the inner courtyard and distributed from there to spaces arranged around it, becoming progressively less intense. The controlled lighting, specific to the different exhibition spaces, uses tubular luminaires, suspended both horizontally and vertically as suits in each case.
The Vila Foz Hotel & Spa occupies a 19th century manor house which Architect Miguel Cardoso and interior designer Nini Andrade Silva faithfully restored to retain the historic building’s elegant period details whilst imbuing it with modernity.
Company headquarters offices of A Padaria Portuguesa – a network of neighbourhood bakeries and patisseries.
Each project has its own demands; and each customer their own needs. lnnovation and design are nothing without functionality and practical application. Climar has a profound understanding of light and how it works within a context, enabling us to produce lighting solutions tailored to the unique requirements of each of our clients.