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CasadaLila

Total dimensions
5 × 3 × 10 m / 150 m² (Length, Height, Width / Area)
  • Facade

  • From the outside, Casa da Lila looks like any old Portuguese house. But behind the front door a true design gem is hidden.

  • Front

    From the outside, Casa da Lila looks like any old Portuguese house. But behind the front door a true design gem is hidden.

  • Casa da Lila is located in a street with mainly local Portuguese people, so you will literally be immersed in Portuguese culture

  • Terrace

    The view from the lounge area to the master bedroom. The two towers in the background are a part of the old Moorish defence system of Silves

  • Kitchen

    The wonderful modern kitchen with concrete workbench is fully equipped and comes with all the things you need to prepare a great meal

  • Kitchen

    The kitchen, living room and terrace are all connected, achieving a fantastic sense of space

  • Terrace

    The ground floor kitchen terrace has a dining table and 6 chairs to make sure you can enjoy your meals with your entire company or family

  • Livingroom

    Living room with great vintage design furniture pieces

  • Livingroom

    The living room has a log burner, making the house a cosy place to be on chillier nights. The house is also equipped with electric underfloor heating, so if fire is not your thing, don’t worry, you will not be cold

  • Sofa

    In the living room you will find this delightful leather two seater sofa designed by Geoffrey Harcourt for Artifort. An original Dutch classic from the 1960’s

  • Livingroom

    Living room with open staircase to the master bedroom and top floor terrace. On the right a 1950’s bookcase from Drevopodnik Holešov (Czech Republic)

  • Lamp

    Utmost care was paid to sourcing each individual interior piece. This is an original floor standing lamp designed and manufactured in the 1960’s by Harvey Guzzini (Italy)

  • Tiles

    Hallway with hand-made tiles from Projecto Mosaico (Sintra, Portugal)

  • Bedroom

    The “multi-functional” room in use as double bedroom – with Lubi sofa bed (1.60m x 2.00m) by Kurt Brandt

  • Bedroom/Relaxing space

    The ground floor “multi-functional” room: when not required as bedroom, it serves as a relaxing space to watch a film, read a book or just relax.

  • Stairs

    The burnt-concrete stairs leading from the “garden” level to the ground floor give a sense of industrial chic, without being sterile

  • Master Bedroom

    The master bedroom has a high wooden ceiling, giving the bedroom a great feel of space and cosiness

  • Bathroom

    The master bedroom has a free-standing bath to give you that luxury hotel feeling. The hand-made tiles are from ArteVida (Estremoz, Portugal

  • Masterbedroom

    The Angel” by Florbela Moreira – a local Silves artist – guarding over you in the master bedroom. The two original bedside lamps – TMM- are from Miguel Mila (Barcelona), Spain’s leading pioneering masters of industrial design

  • Double bedroom

    The double bedroom on “garden” level, with extra large bed (1.80m x 2.10m) to make sure that if you’re taller than average, you still have an excellent night sleep

  • Bathroom

    The bathroom adjacent to the “garden’ level bedroom has an extra large shower area. The hand-made tiles are from ArteVida (Estremoz, Portugal)

  • Terrace

    View from the top level terrace down onto the kitchen terrace with chairs and a level lower the “garden” with lounge mattrasses

  • Terrace

    The “garden” terrace, completely decked and equipped with sun loungers, parasols and lounge matrasses to enjoy the glorious weather the Algarve has to offer. It also has an outside shower to refresh yourself while sunbathing

  • Terrace view

    The lounge terrace has the widest views of all three terraces Casa da Lila has to offer

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