Savills Portugal has just officially opened to the public a new concept of boutique store; it invites its customers to a personalized experience. Located in a centenary building, at Avenida da República 25 A, the space has been refurbished with a new design that allows greater proximity to the client and reflects the image of Savills brand. Close to its MB4 Office Building offices, Savills Portugal has bet on this new strategic location for its brand, in a prime area in exponential growth of the capital, on the central axis of Avenidas Novas.
Formed by a team of experienced real estate consultants, Savills’ Residential team has been strengthening its offer of high-end real estate in Lisbon area, from second-hand apartments to new buildings with various typologies. “In this store we feel like home, and we want the customer to feel the same; it mirrors the well-being we want our customers to feel; here we can provide a service of excellence and a unique experience. This space was chosen by our Retail department, has been completely refurbished by the Architecture team and now gives life to the Residencial activity, mirroring this in house synergy that Savills promotes among teams and displays the various types of experiences we can offer. With a unique location, this is the perfect place to welcome our customers”, says Miguel Lacerda, Lisbon Residential Director of Savills Portugal.
The Architecture team was responsible for the fit-out project and the construction work of this space with about 190m². The new store is an open space, with a very generous ceiling height, allowing work, meeting and leisure spaces to ‘breathe’ and enjoy the natural light coming from the façade spans. “Being inserted in a rehabilitated historical building, Art Noveau style, we were careful to preserve its frontage, respecting its original image. To provide all our clients and a team of consultants a unique experience, promoting the dynamism of the space, we picked materials able to transmit comfort and well-being, assimilating natural elements, such as wood and vegetation, paintings in neutral tones and some color details, thus creating a balanced and harmonious environment”, concludes João Cabrito, Associate Architect of Savills Portugal.