This was one of those projects that led to a type of architecture based on the plot’s location, boasting a stunning view of the Mediterranean. Its magnificent frontline position makes it one of the finest locations in the Med, on top of being on our idyllic island and facing south.
The house measures 289sqm on the ground floor with a further 308sqm of basement.
Everything is focused on two exceptional elements:
An interior patio with an olive tree and an electrically-operated pergola over the main façade. A natural breeze runs through these two areas, the interior spaces are brightened and help to distribute the rooms.
The combination of the defining façade and the slenderness of the roof’s support make for a spectacular contrast in the building.
All of this is enhanced by materials in wood, white and limestone
Simply the finest way to view the sea.
Builder: Obras Loga S.A.
Technical Architects: Rafael Mus y Amílcar Seguí
Photography: Adrià Goula