HOUSE OF THE MONTH

A beau­ti­ful and mes­meris­ing villa from Mal­lorca, Spain

The Ideal Home and Garden - - Contents - IM­PRES­SIONS: BENOY SE­BAS­TIAN

The 60’s era in Los An­ge­les is the soul of this fan­tas­tic bun­ga­low in Mal­lorca, Spain

Dif­fer­ent colours of hand­made tiles and the coper taps are sure crowd pullers.

The en­tire house has a trans­par­ent feel and there is enough clear space all around. to make the house look like one sin­gle piece, the same ce­ment floor­ing is vis­i­ble in the en­tire house, with­out hav­ing any joints - nowhere any other ma­te­rial on the floor - even not in the show­ers are vis­i­ble.”

More than a lifestyle this mes­meris­ing house is a magic por­tal to the sun­shine state of Cal­i­for­nia. The plan­ning, the de­sign­ing, and build­ing the liv­ing space of this bun­ga­low is noth­ing short of a dream. The mid-cen­tury bun­ga­low is de­signed in an un­con­ven­tional way - with­out any rules and styling con­cepts. The old and huge Yucca tree in the gar­den is the real in­spi­ra­tion be­hind the house. It’s an open house­with a mod­ern open liv­ing con­cept. Bring­ing the open­ness, light, and the spec­tac­u­lar sea view into each cor­ner of the house is the key high­light. In­stead of the pre­vi­ous six bed­rooms there are now three spa­cious bed­rooms and three bath­rooms. In­stead of a low and closed liv­ing room, there is a com­pletely open big liv­ing space with a five me­ter high ceil­ing. The en­tire house has a trans­par­ent feel and there is enough clear space all around. To make the house look like one sin­gle piece, the same ce­ment floor­ing is vis­i­ble in the en­tire house, with­out hav­ing any joints - nowhere any other ma­te­rial on the floor - even not in the show­ers are vis­i­ble. The un­der­floor heat­ing makes it even more com­fort­able to en­joy the smooth floor bare­foot on cold and windy days. Dif­fer­ent colours of hand­made tiles in the bath­rooms, six dif­fer­ent wall­pa­pers in the house, cop­per taps in the bath­rooms, a tai­lor­made turquoise kitchen, makes this house into an in­spir­ing and unique liv­ing space. The mo­saic tiles were cus­tom-made in South of Spain, the wall­pa­pers are sourced from all over the world, the mar­ble came from Italy, the shut­ters de­signed and done in Poland, and the lamps came from Por­tu­gal. The fi­nal re­sult - a pot­pourri. Unique are the col­lec­tor items like the egg chair and the an­tique wa­ter­ski col­lec­tion. Ev­ery and each fur­ni­ture was searched and se­lected in or­der to equip the house with the needs and the cor­re­spond­ing style - per­fect for the fam­ily and their own way of life. Fi­nally, what is done with love is done well - and what is done with love and free­dom is unique. The word­ings stand true for this Mal­lor­can beauty.

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