Panorâmico de Monsanto

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Panorâmico de Monsanto opened as restaurant in 1968 and, after its foreclosure, served as bingo, disco, office space and warehouse throughout the years.

Designed by Chaves da Costa, it holds tiles created by Querubim Lapa and Manuela Madureira, original carpets and surrounding structures, despite being abandoned for more than a decade.

It’s still, however, to this day, the most privileged view over Lisbon.

38°43’42″N 9°11’5″W

Recorded on the Phantom 3 Pro @ 4K 30fps with Log curve. Conformed to 23.976 fps with custom LUT applied.

Music: On Ice – Rewind


The final shot

Hi there, welcome to my blog! I'm Filipe Varela, a designer at Automattic passionate about photography and video. In this site I post photos from my journeys across the world — a slice of life. Browse through the archive or check the homepage for the latest posts.

2 thoughts on “Panorâmico de Monsanto

  1. António Chagas July 20, 2015

    Bom trabalho! :) Muito bom mesmooooooo!!.

    1. Filipe Varela August 1, 2015

      Thanks, Chagas!!

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