MUDE - Museu Do Design E Da Moda
Wherever you look in Lisbon, sharp contemporary design is a hallmark. Stylish leather goods, bold wine labels, interiors combining vintage with the latest designer pieces, spectacular buildings -- this is a city that loves to look good. Pritzker-prize winning architect Alvaro Siza Vieira set the modernist tone with his gravity-defying pavilion for Expo 98. Lisbonites gather to appreciate good design at MUDE, their mutant fashion and design museum, where austere low-tech blends with baroque flounces.

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The museum is set in a former bank building, which still retains a lot of the original structure. You can even enter the real caveau, passing through a gigantic steel door. The exhibition I visited was very interesting, with pieces mainly acquired from theatres in Lisbon. The space is well-lit and well-designed, and it's a pleasure to visit.

Free design museum near the square. It's actually a collection of vintage everyday items that were notable for some reason or other. The upstairs section has some historical artifacts that are more relevant to Portugal. Interesting but not really a place you can spend more than an hour at most.

Nice place and programmation in an old bank, go there!

Great museum in the heart of Lisbon. Many things to see and very interesting. Great space. Free entrance.

The best collection of modern design.

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