A dream home in the middle of the forest
A wooden covered modern villa coated that creates a pleasant uniformity, seamlessly integrated into the pinewood surroundings.
The interior distribution has been organized according to its orientation, providing the home, with strategic natural light, through the daily movement of the sun.
The heart of the apartment is located in the main living area, which communicates through a central staircase covered with wood, which links the different rooms of the ground floor with a translucent glass walkway. By Minimal Studio and Agc Arquitectura.
Styled by Adelina Isabela.
Minimalist flat restoration
Renovated apartment with minimalist aura. The supremacy of white combined with the greyish tones of the concrete create a perfect color balance, highlighted by the constant entrance of natural light through the large perimeter windows.
There is a great sense of spaciousness, caused by the clearness of space and the obsession to design a house with a great storage capacity, leaving nothing visible. All the furniture of the house remain hidden. By Minimal Studio.
High end design packed in 50m²
Apartment restoration with the aim of bringing great luminosity and visual amplitude to the space, thanks to its protagonist, the white color; combined with natural unfinished pine wood and colorful carefully picked furniture. By Minimal Studio.
A perfect scalene Triangle
This new cocktail bar has been designed respecting the original materials design in a space where they shine by their own.
The interior designer started an equidistance sequence, which lets you see how a set of angles generates a singular geometric figure: the scalene triangle.
The color combination: gray in the walls, ceiling and floor and the black in the furniture gives the space the elegance touch and sobriety in a project that has been nourished of small details. By Minimal Studio.
Chic rural boutique hotel
A 18th-century monastery/farm in the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana whose restoration has honoured its architectural features while converting it into a modern, design-oriented luxury boutique hotel surrounded by 30 acres of vineyard. By Forteza+Aparizio
One of the best examples of early twentieth-century Japanese architecture in the United States.
A 320-square-foot ceremonial teahouse and accompanying tea garden. The teahouse, named Seifu-an or “Arbor of Pure Breeze,” was built in Kyoto in 1964 and donated to the Huntington Library by a California Buddhist temple in 2010. The Huntington returned it in pieces to Japan, where the original builder’s son oversaw its restoration.
The new business landmark of the Mediterranean
The design behind the Palacio de Congresos and Hotel can be interpreted in terms of two great lines that run along the northern and southern limits of the plot facing the sea.
In the lower floors the depth of the facade allows to locate the accesses marking the transition between the interior and the exterior, as well as commercial premises that, next to the exhibition areas, are oriented towards what will be the new coastal boulevard.
The materialization of the whole set aims on the one hand to use the light of Palma and create a system of marked reflections and shadows. By Francisco Mangado
One of the world's most modern airports with a capacity to serve over 20 million passengers
The increase in traffic and the impossibility of enlarging the airport at San Bonet led the drafters of the 1958 National Airport Plan to propose the construction of a large commercial airport at the Son Sant Joan air station.
In April 2003, the building for boarding inter-island flights was opened, specially designed for passengers on regional or short-distance flights.
These latest airport infrastructure activities in Palma have permitted Son Sant Joan to enter the 21st century as one of the world's most modern airports with a proven capacity to serve over 20 million passengers.
A refurbished 14th century Mallorcan "Finca"
A hotel built in and around the noble and historical property of Sa Torre. Dated from the 14th century the property has been refurbished with attention to detail, achieving the perfect balance between the traditional style of a Mallorcan "Finca" and the modern and comfortable style of an international hotel. Additional historical buildings are the windmill dating from the 15th century and the private Neogothic chapel La Gran Cristiana.
Rural Hotel for nature lovers
All the suite rooms have views over the surrounding countryside and the mountain range of Serra de Tramontana. The art, paintings, sculptures and lithographs are from the XVII Century, completely and carefully restored to maintain its character.
Styled by Andrea Pussin.
Industrial design downtown boutique hotel
A 17th-century old Majorcan building with modern industrial design. The décor is at times daring and bohemian, offering a sense of fun and irony to the labyrinth of corridors, staircases and terraces. All rooms are named after famed international architects and individually designed with an eclectic mix of furniture, both retro and modern. By N6 Arquitectos
Reinassance inspired luxury hotel
This luxury hotel overlooks the famous marina of Port Adriano.
All of the suites at are designed to provide luxurious comfort, stylish design and an overwhelming sense of peace and serenity. The rooms are inspired by the most famous paintings of the Renaissance.
Hotel Castell dels Hams gets a new spa
The main pool area is adorned with a series of square openings for windows in the roof that allow the light to flood into the area. The spa intended for skin treatments and relaxation is located to give the visitors the best views of the surrounding landscape and is also filled with light in all rooms where light is needed.
The interplay of window holes creates a beautiful dance of light reflections in the building. By A2 Arquitectos.
Considered the best skyscraper in the world
The project consists of two differentiated towers that engage in a subtle dialogue. Despite the clear contrast between the buildings in terms of form, the relationship they establish is harmonious and complementary. The buildings (each 110 m high) play a highly symbolic role as they pay tribute to the historical Venetian towers that stand at the entrance to the exhibition centre located near Plaza España in Barcelona. By Toyo Ito and Fermin Vázquez.
A completely remodelled space inspired by Dalí
The most allegorical elements of this stunning and stately hotel of the 1900s are found in its remodel, particularly as they speak to the preserva- tion of its original neoclassical facade and central staircase.
Images of the catalonian painter Salvador Dalí and his wife Gala are strewed throughout various corners of the hotel, giving way to a “surrea- list” experience.
The result is a hotel getaway where design and tradition reside in perfect harmony, nodding respectfully to the city’s modernist spirit. By TBI Architecture & Engineering and Gregor Mertens.
Miami meets Mallorca
Living up to the requirement to create an unmistakeable style by blending Mediterranean elements and Art Decó elements typical for Miami Beach, the condo hotel “Portals Hills Boutique Hotel” is now one of the most glamorous and modern venues on the Balearic Islands.
With its high-end condo suites and two luxurious penthouses furnished exclusively by FENDI CASA, the Portals Hills Hotel & Residence concept represents the perfect symbiosis of comfort, elegance, and international cutting-edge design. By Balearic Project and Icazar Architects.
A cool oasis in downtown Palma
A subtle evolution is turning the area around Palma’s Avenidas into a local foodies’ destination. Just off the busy inner ring road La Parada (Spanish for ‘the stop’) is the latest addition to this burgeoning gastronomic scene.
The goal was to create something that would impress even in cities like London, New York or Madrid. By Marga Rotger.
Styled By Constanza Cecchetto.
A sea front hotel inspired by nature
Aparthotel Club del Sol pollensa is located on the sea front and surrounded by the protected area of s'Albufereta. The theme and inspiration for the rooms make reference to the nature, native fauna and activities at sea; a fresh yet natural navy style. By Marga Rotger.
The ultimate symbol of luxury
That story began in Madrid in 1846, marking Loewe as one of the oldest purveyors of luxury goods in the world. While Spanish leather had been prized by the crowned heads of Europe since the 8th century, it was in the middle of the 19th century that Enrique Loewe Roessberg founded the company that bears his name.
In 1905, the new King and Queen, Alfonso XIII and Victoria Eugenia - the latter the niece of Britain's Queen Victoria - granted Loewe the honour of the official title of "Supplier to the Royal Court".