Miss'Opo Guest House, located in the center of Porto, Portugal, likes to think of itself as a home; a happy home where creativity and an interactive community are encouraged through design.
With flexibility in mind, Miss’Opo's multifunction rooms include a collection of studio guest rooms upstairs, which have played host to many a cultural activity from exhibitions to performances. Just a hunch, but we’re guessing that the café/bar, with its warm mix of midcentury industrial chic pieces, is the place to be when you next visit to Porto. For more information, see Miss'Opo.
Above: Port, anyone?
Above: A bookcase filled with books gives the room a cozy and domestic feel.
Above: Exposed pipes against the rough concrete walls gives the dining room an industrial feel.
Above: A rustic wood storage unit complements the tiled bar.
Above: Potted plants add a green note to the space.
Above: The wine menu is written on the wall with chalk. Photo via Miss'Opo.
Above: The bar area is designated by a structure within the space.
Above: The globe on the reception desk represents Miss'Opo's eagerness to welcome the world to Porto.
Above: A black and white photo of a cat sets the tone in the minimalist stair hall.
Above: The bedrooms display an inventive use of materials with corrugated siding as partitions. The plywood bed frame has been built to reach from wall to wall and the mattress has been dropped in the center. The exposed end acts as convenient storage.
Above: A bookshelf becomes a dress with the inventive application of pleated curtains.
Above: A mirror with a decorative frame adds interest to the stark bathroom.
Above: One of the studio guest rooms becomes a performance space. Photo via Miss'Opo.
N.B. Planning a visit to Portugal? Have a look at our favorite places to visit in Portugal in our City Guides.