The Masks

The architect Pedro Ferreira Pinto designed the interiors of Casa da Comporta with great simplicity, giving special emphasis to the materials and the freedom that the wide spaces provide. This frugality turned out to be the ideal backdrop for an eclectic and tactile decor, which transformed Casa da Comporta in a warm and elegant space.

The african masks, placed in one of the common areas, became the symbol of the house, showing the passion that owners have for travelling. Having been found as far away as Mozambique or the Marché aux Puces in Paris, the masks show an unique cultural character, setting the mood for the rest of Casa da Comporta’s decor.