It was in 2012 when we first saw the building in Rua de Belmonte, right in the middle of Porto’s historical centre. Despite the general degradation a lot of the original historical elements were preserved. With an amazing central staircase, ornate ceilings and hardwood custom doors, these were the elements we wanted to preserve.
Discover our street history. It was laid by Dominican friars and appears by its name in the 16th century. At the time it would have been a crossing situated just before the Largo de São João Novo, The Belmonte azuleijo tile pattern (after which the street was named after) can still be seen on the buildings where it has survived to this day…
Rua de Belomonte 28