A stylish classic
A stylish classic
The restoration of Alecrim 51 combines the stately eighteenth-century aspect of the original building with current aesthetics.
Features that made the property special are conserved and others that make it singular are added, broadening our lines of sight and time.
Modernity Meets HistoryEach flat has its own character and gets a personal makeover, blending restored elements with a modern and functional design. Arches and century-old tilework form part of a contemporary space.Everything has been thought out from scratch to meet the most stringent standards of comfort and style. Full advantage of the high ceilings is taken to gain living space.First-class natural materials and luxury furnishings throughout.
Modernity meets historyEach flat has its own character and gets a personal makeover, blending restored elements with a modern and functional design. Arches and century-old tilework form part of a contemporary space.Everything has been thought out from scratch to meet the most stringent standards of comfort and style. Full advantage of the high ceilings is taken to gain living space.First-class natural materials and luxury furnishings throughout.
One of Lisbon’s best-known streets, straight into the heart of the city.
Fragmentos de Arquitetura
Fragmentos is an architecture studio with extensive experience in bespoke housing and refurbishment projects. Fragmentos’ work stands out for the determination and commitment it invests in each challenge.
“The future is crafted out of the past.”
Sculptor and installation artist
The work of the Lisbon-based French artist uses an architectural perspective to take us to other levels. Through a study of the invisible, space becomes deconstructed and new spaces emerge that explore the relationship between reality and fantasy.
Hand-crafted unique lamps inspired by organic forms. Singular works in an era of mass production. Serip stands for passion in lighting and design.
A designer proposal
17 apartments spread over five floors with a lift. Views onto the Rua do Alecrim or Rua das Flores.
A WIDE CHOICE
studio flats, one and two-bedroom apartments, a spacious loft apartment with exclusive access and a spectacular three-bedroom, two-story penthouse.
Contemporary art in a classic settingThe carefully worked eighteenth-century arch at the entrance of the Pombaline building now shares the reception hall with contemporary artists’ work in a dialogue which distinguishes Alecrim 51.
The top-floor, two-story apartment with high ceilings in mansard roofs and bright skylights offers a different experience of Lisbon’s rooftops. The penthouse suite has private access into a pleasant winter garden.
A space apart
A private entrance on Rua das Flores leads to a 220m2 ground-floor loft apartment – a warm and inviting world of vaulted ceilings, stone columns and rounded arches.
A communal hideaway
The intimate interior courtyard boasts a vertical garden, inviting us to meditate.
History & Tradition
Romantic and modernist
Beyond the city walls, the aristocratic estates and palaces were edged out by bourgeois housing. Along the Rua do Alecrim strolled the generations of Almeida Garrett, Eça de Queiroz and Fernando Pessoa, who gave life to the street and immortalised it.
Cosmopolitan and bohemian
In the city’s old quarter, the River Tagus from the Rua do Alecrim is one of the most striking views in Lisbon’s imagery
Rua do Alecrim is the nexus linking Bairro Alto and the Chiado to Cais do Sodré and the river. Modernist, homely and aristocratic in equal measure.
- Café Brasileira
- Teatro São Carlos
- Teatro São Luiz
- Museu do Chiado-Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea
- Grémio Literário
- Mercado da Ribeira
- Rua Cor-de-rosa
- Ribeira das Naus
- Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara
- ZdB – Galeria Zé dos Bois
- Miradouro de Santa Catarina
- Elevador da Bica