Overlooking Port Andratx in Mallorca, Spain, this beautiful villa has a style modern design with a touch of Mallorcan influence. The interiors by Curve Interior Design is sophisticated yet has the casual comfort of an island villa. The stylish outdoor living area has a gorgeous infinity pool.
Perched on a hill in the Bay of Formentor in Mallorca, Spain, this luxury modern home offers waterfront living in a secluded setting. The main architectural feature is the high glass front wall which lets the light into the rooms and provides stunning views of the Bay of Pollensa.
This simple single storey house in Avila, Spain is built to become one with its natural setting. Designed by A-cero Architects, the minimalist home rests on a hill with beautiful views of the meadows. Natural materials such as stone and wood are used. A soft palette gently highlights its natural environment.
The architecture of this house located in an affluent neighbourhood in Barcelona, Spain has a British style traditional charm. The columns and arch door provide a classic elegance to the exterior. By contrast, the interior design of the home by Joan Sandoval Amat is eclectic and modern.
The renovation of this apartment in Barcelona, Spain by Miel Architects has an interesting layout that combines function and style. A loft space for casual living and storage space high above provide function while the contemporary decor blending with traditional elements such as the mouldings create an attractive atmosphere.
Located just a short walk from the beach at Bay of Formentor in Mallorca, Spain in the Balearic Islands, Villa Serena has been elegantly refurbished to provide modern comfort. The house was originally built in the 1950’s with beautiful gardens and trees all around. The interior of this Mediterranean home has a relaxing modern design. All the living areas have direct access to the large terraces which surround the house. The swimming pool has views of the sea through the pine trees that are iconic of this region.
Built in the shape of the human eye, L’Hemisfèric is one of the structures within the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain. Designed by architect Santiago Calatrava, L’Hemisfèric houses an IMAX theatre, a Planetarium and a Laserium. The “pupil” is the hemispherical dome of the IMAX theatre and the “eyelid” can open and close by using hydraulic lifts to operate the steel and glass shutter. This impressive architectural masterpiece is situated at the end of the dried up riverbed Turia. Calatrava wanted to bring water back to the area by creating a reflecting pool which also serves as a stunning artistic display at night when the lighting creates an image of a whole eye.
This 8,500 square foot residence in Mallorca in the Balearic Islands off the coast of Spain is a luxury contemporary home designed and developed with the cooperation of architect firm tecARCHITECTURE, interior designer Marcel Wanders, and developer Cosmopolitan Estates. The white-dominant interior is boldly contemporary and is highlighted by economical use of colours and details.