Old Meets New at Portuguese Boutique Hotel, Alma Lusa

The historic heart of Lisbon is home to a growing collection of luxurious boutique hotels aimed at the sophisticated traveller. One of the latest is the Alma Lusa, set in an 18th century Portuguese mansion.DSC_0464_resizeAstro’s local partner Astratec supplied Atelier, Padova and Luga wall lights, Parma plaster lights plus trimless, inset Blanco downlights.

Miguel Simoes De Almeida, Alma Lusa Owner commented;

“Last year when I saw the new Atelier range I felt it was the right product to create the look that we were after. The Atelier has an industrial style that fits in perfectly with the ’old meets new’ look of the rooms, while the Atelier arm assembly with the clamp is the perfect solution for lighting the restaurant.”DSC_0669resize



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  • Giano

    I am sorry , I don’t agree with what you say… the project, the mood ,, the atmosphere comes from my work, my feelings , not from astratec….. i did the interior design of alma lusa ! The decoration , what you say is not true….
    Giano goncalves – interior designer of alma lusa

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