Macao is a Chinese island exquisitely located in the South China Sea.
Portuguese established their Asian trading post in the XVII century
which contributed to this region’s prosperity.
After its return to Chinese sovereignty in 1999,
this island was left imprinted with Portuguese culture.
Houses covered by azulejos such as Sao Lourenço or Leal Loyal kept this tile decor over many centuries. Like a pathtrack to the heart of the city, floors, made of mozaic curves, guide us through the historical centre.
Over years, Macao Island was distinguished.
In similar fashion, this frame is ambitious and glamorous.