In the project, we wanted to continue to take advantage of the light that the island has in order to make the house clear and practical.
The client wanted to use it as a second home, so it was very important to bring outside a dining room and a comfortable seating area to enjoy the terrace and be able to contemplate the wonderful views. Thanks to the full opening of the glass enclosure, the interior lent itself to both outdoor and indoor areas. A range of blue and white colors to emphasize the fresh concept of Menorca were mixed with some natural details such as textiles and lighting to give the project a touch of sophistication.
The owner is passionate about art and commissioned the English artist Chelsea Davine to create a large format abstract painting; the blues of the sea and sky of Menorca. The artwork has been placed in the entrance hall, creating a pleasant impact when entering the apartment.
The master bedroom has three large custom-made closets with oak doors covered with Naturtex raffia, as well as the headboard of the double bed. African handicrafts and objects from Sardinia, the island where the owner was born, decorate the two bedrooms.
The white ceramic tiled bathrooms have touches of wood, and the shelves under the natural stone sinks. The bathroom pendant lights in the en-suite bathroom are custom-made ceramics designed by Farré & Costa.