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Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa
© Valter Vinagre
© Valter Vinagre
© Valter Vinagre

Musa Brewery

  • Interventions:
  • Paulo Moreira
  • (2017 reabilitação)

Not available in this edition

The Marvila neighbourhood in the east of Lisbon is currently undergoing a transformation process. After decades of gradual neglect due to the de-industrialisation that took place in the city, it has now become an up-and-coming new area in Lisbon. Here a former warehouse was brought back to life with a new industrial occupation: the Musa craft beer brewery. The intervention was minimal and cost-controlled. The programme included the brewery, a bar and technical spaces. The brewery space efficiently houses all the machinery and equipment necessary for brewing beer in accordance with strict regulations and laws. The service areas are located in a new volume made of painted cement blocks and raw concrete, in the transition space between the brewery and the bar. The bar explores the notion of artisanal production, reconciling the original building’s industrial character and the creation of an assumedly relaxed space that is ideal for meeting up with friends for beer and music.

Rua do Açúcar 83 (fechado permanentemente/ permanently closed)
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