A light-filled peaceful sanctuary within the city

While looking for a place to welcome our friends and guests in Lisbon, we stumbled upon an enchanting 18th century building. Located in the old cultural quarter and standing in one of the most romantic squares is the Santa Clara.

Santa Clara 1728 is surrounded by monuments, beautiful palaces, and a lovely park with stunning views of the river. We were charmed by the beauty of the place, and quickly decided to make this our new family home. We renovated the building alongside our good friend and architect, Manuel Aires Mateus. His architectural style, a soft and serene conversation between elements and time, respected the building’s history while introducing a modern elegance. The outcome, a light-filled peaceful sanctuary within the city.

Images courtesy of: Alex Reyto

08:00 - 20:00

Open house for LDW

Exhibition of ceramics by Teresa Pavão

May 24, 25, 26: talk/presentation by the artist ceramicist Teresa Pavão. She will be present on the 24th (10:00 - 13:00), the 25th (10:00 - 17:00) and the 26th (11:00 - 18:00)

May 27 & 28:  Ângela and Carlos, farmers from their  vegetable garden at Herdade no Tempo, share some of their daily work and its connection to the Silent Living project. Time 11.30 & 16.30 on each of Saturday and Sunday.


Campo de Santa Clara 128 RC, 1100-473