The project is located on the island of Mallorca, in the coastal area of Son Veri, overlooking the entire Bay of Palma and accessible to sea by foot. The owners, a family with several children, were looking for a house in the Mediterranean Sea where they could practice sailing.
The design project, carried out by Jorge Bibiloni Studio and Grupo Boxx, involved an intervention in elements of architecture, interior design and landscaping. The house stands out for its open and connected space on the ground floor. This was the premise of the owners; nothing stands in the way of direct sea views.
The project is divided into two floors and a basement. On the ground floor is the living room, kitchen and dining room, where two sliding IPE doors at full height give the possibility of separating the three spaces if necessary. A large window frames the sea view and connect the interior with the basalt stone clad infinity pool terrace. This stone gives the pool an almost black color, which acts as a mirror during the day. The rest of the terrace is on IPE platform. Inside, the masonry side walls are made of Santanyí stone, a very popular and well-known material on the island.
On the first floor are the four bedrooms with uninterrupted sea views. The entire floor is covered with Dinesen oak with lengths of up to four meters. The same material is found in different furniture and doors in the house.
The sinks, doors, kitchen and other fixed furniture elements have been custom designed by Jorge Bibiloni Studio for this project. The stone used in the sinks and kitchen counter is the same as the flooring on the ground floor; a bush hammered and aged gray stone. This creates a uniform and welcoming atmosphere throughout the home. In the basement, there is a gym, garage and a service room.