Pascal Cheikh-Djavadi has designed a stunning modernist home, built upon an ancient Ibizan finca. The minimalist home features a strong modular composition using a refined blueprint, following the outline of the original structure.
Let’s take a full tour inside this beautiful project, shall we?
The interior features a multipurpose living room, a series of consecutive vertical windows, together with whitewashed walls and polished concrete floors. Discrete fireplaces are found in the living room and master bedroom which also features a large window that protrudes from the exterior of the building, allowing one to sit and watch the natural environment outside.
This project was created in a rural area, in the center of the island, the villa forms a great contrast upon the land, through its minimal elegance and sharp geometric lines.
The design of the home uses characteristic elements of Ibizan architecture, using a traditional rectangular structure, and selective use of windows, placed strategically in order to provide a shaded environment inside.
Each room uses a neutral color palette complimented by playful furniture pieces balancing tension within the villa. Furnishings include tatami beds, indirect lighting and paper lamps that reference Japanese zen design.
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