Project: Lázaro Rosa-Violán
Area: 150 m2
Place: Lisboa

By the hands of Amorim Luxury, the first Ladurée tea room in Lisbon has opened, designed by the Spanish Lázaro Rosa-Violán and developed by Vector Mais. Evoking the history of the French brand, founded in 1862, the Ladurée in Lisbon mixes the classic image of the Parisian tea rooms with the contemporary approach of Rosa-Violán and Portuguese elements such as the tile panels on the walls. Featuring many details and complex carpentry elements, this project built by Vector Mais is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful retail and hospitality spaces in the city. 


“We wanted to create a Ladurée with our own DNA, we wanted to do something differentiating. We managed to convince the mother house, together with our decorator Lázaro Rosa-Violán, to make a completely renovated Ladurée, warmer, more tropical, with a colonial feel, a junction of cultures in a French tea house, but with some Portuguese touches.” Miguel Guedes de Sousa, CEO of Amorim Luxury.

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