Located in Cala Jondal in the south coast of Ibiza, Spain, this classic Mediterranean villa offers a fusion of luxury and classic Ibiza styling.
Inspired by Italian and Spanish Renaissance architecture, Mediterranean Revival is an architectural style introduced in the United States in the late 19th century and peaking in popularity in 1920s and 1930s, especially is the coastal areas of California and Florida.
The exteriors of the structures are characterized by their stuccoed walls and red tiles roofs.
Located on Barranca Way in Laguna Beach, California, this Mediterranean inspired luxury home enjoys breathtaking views of Catalina Island and the Pacific Ocean.
There is a beautiful stone entry courtyard with outdoor fireplace a private spa fountain.
Located in an elevated residential area by the hillside that leads down to the sea in Monasterios, Spain, this minimalist stone house designed by Valencia-based Architecture Studio Ramon Esteve is built as a compact volume of differing heights, in a style determined by the main walls.
Nestled in the hills of Shady Canyon at 31 Blue Heron in Irvine, California, this stunning estate is a blend of Mediterranean style with a contemporary touch. The residence has been meticulously designed with features such as custom steel and glass doors, Venetian plaster, artisan brick walls, hand-hewn reclaimed beams and limestone flooring.
The luxury estate of Castello di Reschio in Umbria, Italy has been restored from secluded ancient farmhouses to contemporary guest houses.
Stretching over thousands of acres of olive groves and forests in the Umbrian hills, the guest houses of this ancient estate range from beautiful one bedroom villetta to palatial classical Italianate palazzo.