Located in the beautiful Óbidos region.

Located in the beautiful Óbidos region, between natural sand dunes and coastal vegetation, interspersed with pinewood areas and exclusive views over the Atlantic and the Óbidos lagoon, the West Cliffs development is born.

Aleluia Cerâmicas on WEB SUMMIT 2017

Aleluia Cerâmicas was present at one of the largest and most relevant technology conferences in the world, the Web Summit – held for the second time in Lisbon from 6 to 9 November 2017.


Cersaie 2017

Aleluia Cerâmicas was present at the last edition of CERSAIE – the largest international fair dedicated to the sector – in Bologna, Italy.


Pine Cliffs

The Pine Cliffs area in the Algarve, one of Europe's most prestigious luxury resorts, has selected Aleluia Cerâmicas to enhance its facilities.


SGBD Tiles Fair 2017

Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A. is present in the 2017 edition of Saint-Gobain Tiles Fair, which takes place from 28 to 29 June in Lille, France.


Center of Labor Justice in Guatemala

Today, we crossed the Atlantic Ocean and landed in Central America, in Guatemala. It is in Guatemala City that we find the Center of Labor Justice, composed of two magnificent buildings with the signature of Aleluia Cerâmicas.


Taszka – Wine & Petiscos

Today we fly to Poland and invite you to visit Taszka – Wine & Petiscos.

This place, which opened in the end of 2016, is dedicated to Portuguese cuisine, and is already a huge success.

Aleluia Cerâmicas was responsible for the 1200 hand-painted tiles’ panel, with an area of 23sqm.

Totally in accordance with the spirit of the place, it results in a unique and beautiful environment, with a typically Portuguese flavour.

Taszka – Wine & Petiscos is located in Rynek, Wroclaw, Polónia

( Taszka – Wine & Petiscos )


The disrupted roundabout

This work is signed by the sculptor and painter Dimas da Conceição Macedo and created in partnership with Aleluia Cerâmicas.


When tradition and modernity meet

The Manual Painting Department of Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A. perpetuates the tile tradition by the hands of artists and specialized painters, who follow the drawings and sketches, keeping the copyist quality transmitted by their Masters.

We share with you a panel created for a private house and purposely designed for the place of its installation.

Composed of 790 pieces and with an area of 17.5 m2, this panel was inspired by an image selected by the client and developed a sketch to scale, according to the measurements of the area reserved for its installation.

From the sketch to the final result, a hand full of talent and passion for art.

Aleluia Cerâmicas is Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.


Pizzaria Lisboa

It is in Pizzaria Lisboa, one of the spaces of the star Chef José Avillez that we find a tile panel executed with the mastery of the artists of the Department of Manual Painting of Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A.

With a drawing by Rita Ferrão and under the coordination of the architect Felipa de Almeida (Anahory Almeida cabinet), this panel, composed of 4611 tiles and spread over several spaces occupies a total area of 103 m2.


What happened? – Cevisama 2017

Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A. was at the latest edition of Cevisama, the international fair dedicated to the sector, held from February 20 to 24 in Valencia, Spain.

Reflecting the enormous success of this event was the huge influx of visitors that Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A. received.

In a stand inspired by the Urban Organic concept, Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A. presented its latest news: the Avenue collection, which materializes the Urban Chic concept, ideal to create spaces of industrial inspiration; The Rock collection, which recreates the sumptuousness and authenticity of the stone; The much-awaited Atelier collection in a new format – 07×14 – in all its magnificent 48 colours, as well as new colours, formats and decorations available in the Mustang Slate, Concrete, Lodge and Castle, Aline, Minimal, Plaster, Dune, Alpe, Natura , Krea, Focus and Home collections.


King Khalid University – Riyadh – Saudi Arabia

Project executed with material of the Keratec brand- Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A., unglazed full body porcelain.

Its high wear resistance, longevity and ease of maintenance make this product the ideal solution for high traffic areas.

What happened? – Cersaie 2016

happenedAleluia’s most recent participation in the largest international fair of the sector was a huge success and has attracted many visitors!

Quinta de Quetzal

Quinta de Quetzal

It is in Quinta de Quetzal, Vila de Frades, in the heart of  the Alentejo region, that we can find a large tile panel, produced at Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A., in its Sintra unit, the Viúva Lamego Ceramic Factory.

At the entrance to the room where the restaurant is located we immediately fix our eyes on this large panel composed of 915 tiles, with an area of 17.94 square meters. It portrays a colourful drawing of a Quetzal, the bird that gives the name to the Quinta and also to some of their wines.

Produced in the Sintra unit of Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A. this panel is inspired on an illustration by the exceptional artist Henriette Arcelin, who has been working with Viúva Lamego in several art works. This large panel is the restaurant’s business card, having a great prominence in one of its walls.


Bairro do Avillez

Bairro do Avillez
In Bairro do Avillez, the most recent restaurant of the Michelin star chef José Avillez, we can find a panel of tiles produced and painted in Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A., at its Sintra unit, the Viúva Lamego Ceramics Factory.


Pop Galo by Joana Vasconcelos

VasconcelosPop Galo is the new Joana Vasconcelos’ masterpiece.
It is a reinterpretation of the famous portuguese Galo de Barcelos with 10 meters high, about four tons and composed of 16,000 LEDs and 17,000 tiles, produced and hand painted in Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A. in its Sintra unit, Viúva Lamego.

Aleluia Cerâmicas, S.A. worked in close collaboration with the artist in the development of techniques that allowed adapting the tiles to the curved forms of the masterpiece, a challenge readily accepted and successfully overcome.


Large mural of tiles painted by the artist André Saraiva


On the 21st of October, a large mural of tiles painted by the artist André Saraiva, with a total area of ​​1011.1 m2, 188 meters long, and consisting of 52,738 tiles, was presented to the public in the Garden Botto Machado in Lisbon.

This was an initiative of the Lisbon City Council, together with MUDE – Museum of Design and Fashion and the S. Vicente Parish Council. The mural was manufactured at Aleluia Cerâmicas SA in its Sintra unit, Viuva Lamego, following techniques and craft methods production, and hand-painted by the artist.

The Aleluia Cerâmicas S.A. worked in close collaboration with the artist in the development of new painting techniques that allowed the tiles to produce the graffiti effect, the particular language that distinguishes his work.


The Cacilheiro “Trafaria Praia”

The Cacilheiro “Trafaria Praia” served as a floating pavilion for Portugal at the 55th Bienalle of Arts in Venice, and was redecorated by the artist Joana Vasconcelos with a hand-painted panel by the masters of Viúva Lamego.



Viuva Lamego Shop reopens.

Located on an iconic building covered with traditional Portuguese tiles on Lisbon – Largo do Intendente.


Marsens School in Switzerland

The Viúva Lamego by being a reference in the art of painting tiles, is again invited to be part of an international project by the architect Vincent Rapin. The Marsens School in Switzerland, it is a work that was meticulously designed, with 310 m2 of glazed bands white Viúva Lamego.

Kinetic Panel values the Bica Funicular

The two contiguous walls to the Bica Funicular building, in Lisbon, were valued with tile panels in black and white, suggesting an optical illusion of three-dimensionality. Those are a creation of the architects Rita and Catarina Almada Negreiros.
The two symmetrical panels have a total area of 54 m2 and feature multiple visions, due to use of the Kinetic Tiles from Viúva Lamego.

Tomberg Metro Station

The walls of the entrance corridor of the Tomberg metro station, in Brussels, were valorized with plates with a glazed finish, double sponging and hand-painting, by Viúva Lamego. Those plates were supplied in 1998 and later in 2013 for the expansion project of the station.

The project, which theme is a unique alphabet in which each letter is represented by a line and a colour, was designed by the architects Guy Rombouts and Monica Droste.