Inspired by the almost ‘magical’ aura of this amazing coast architect Alberto Campo Baeza conjured up and brought to life the mesmerizing. Stunningly minimal in its overall form this striking residence finds its roots in the silhouette of the iconic and Roman architecture that have played a significant role in shaping this Spanish coast.
Originally built in the 1950s subsequent additions to the home and poorly thought-out changes made the a cramped and congested space. Its latest owners called in Wasserfall Munting Architects to renovate and revitalize the home giving it a glittering new lease of life!
Renovating a house built in the 60s or the 70s into an efficient contemporary structure is a task that is difficult enough but transforming a 200-year-old factory into a chic modern residence truly takes special skill and loads of creativity.
A rock pathway and a water feature add the exclamation point to the garden area and large sliding glass doors with an intricate design blur the lines between the interior and the private backyard. All-white walls grace the interior while elegant additions like the rattan dining table chairs and pops of bright color give the home a sense of exclusivity.
Ibiza has a very unique character in the Mediterranean. Its native vegetation the light that bathes the island and the spirit of the local people all inspired the formal architectural style. But the quintessential Ibiza features are the brilliant blue sea the breathtaking skyline and those amazing white stone cliffs. Each combine to dazzling effect.