Banema Studio by Campos Costa Arquitetos winner of Shaping Surfaces competition by Cleaf

The Banema Studio concept store in Lisbon by Campos Costa Arquitetos is the Winner of the first edition of the Shaping Surfaces competition by Cleaf.

The jury composed of multidisciplinary professionals of the design sector -  Marco Sammicheli, Annalisa Rosso, Byung Soo Zocchi, Beppe Brancato, Roberto Caspani - took into consideration both the innovation of the interior design and the best use of Cleaf surfaces.

The eye-catching space of the Banema Studio concept store is both sophisticated and welcoming, with a well-heeled collection of books, fragrance, lighting and modern furniture.
Occupying 300 sq. metres it's elegantly divided into two spaces; Banema Studio, where visitors can leisurely discover new objects, and Banema Lab, an ideas laboratory designed to bring together the local creative community architects, interior designers, design students and private clients through a series of gatherings and seminars.

Spread over a single floor, the space’s interior is defined by an unexpected installation made of Yosemite UB44 Catinaccio*.

*Material: Yosemite UB44 Catinaccio

MDF panel Yosemite reproduces the tactile and visual effect of the legendary Scots pine and represents the first synchronized texture by Cleaf. Light reflections emphasize the depht of its grains.

Project credits

  • Project name: Banema Studio
  • Project type: Concept store
  • Location: Lisbon
  • Architect: Campos Costa Arquitetos
  • Cleaf's official distributor: Banema