Cortiço & Neto

Cortiço & Neto

Calçada de Santo André 66, Lisbon, 1100-497 | +351 919 703 705 , Portugal
Cortiço & Neto Store in Lisbon

Pedro Sadio

Type of shop
Home and design
Great design, Historic, Local designers and products

This shop is a treasure trove of discontinued Portuguese industrial tiles, amassed by brothers Pedro, João, Ricardo, and Tiago Cortiço from their father's 30-year collection. Specializing in modern out-of-production azulejos from the 1950s to the 90s lined up in crates reminiscent of a vintage record shop, you won't find epic scenes of religious allegory or traditional Islamic-influenced patterns here, but rather groovier linear geometric patterns evoking a retro-industrial funk—and every item is one-of-a-kind.

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