Strategic location in the Central Business District (CBD) of Lisbon.

Opened on 3 March 1998, the Atrium Saldanha combines, harmoniously, the classic lines and new materials and technologies featuring the hallmark of architect Ricardo Bofill. The Atrium Saldanha was thought to leave an indelible mark on the city of Lisbon.

The building totals 12 floors in the main body and 6 floors of parking. The shopping arcade, located on the first three floors, consists of 78 stores and has an internal glass lift. At level 0, partially in the basement next to the Praça Duque de Saldanha, and with direct access from the back street, Rua Fernão Lopes, we found the food court lit by large skylight of the central Atrium. At level 1 and 2 we find the remaining stores in this shopping center.

Offices, designed according to the highest quality standards, are located on the top nine floors of the building, with areas ranging from 40m2 up to 3.700m2, and access through 4 main cores of elevators, totaling 14 lifts.

Located in Praça Duque de Saldanha, this unique building has always been a symbol of rejuvenation of the capital Lisbon. Has already received the award of major awards, where we highlight the award “Excellent in Architectural Design Integrated and Interior Design”, the award for “Best Development of the Year – 1997”, the “Prize Ambelis 1997”, the “Prize Secil Civil engineering 1999 “and the” Prize Valmor and Municipal Architecture 2001 “and considered by the Engineers as one of the” 100 works of engineering of the twentieth century “highlighting. This project has the collaboration of the Architect João Paciência and supervision of the whole structural part of engineer José Teixeira Trigo.