Eivissa House is a house that invites to contemplation. With spectacular views of the entire Montgó valley and down to the sea, the volume has been designed opening to the outside with large minimalist windows, so that the exterior space blends in with the interior. The volume features horizontal trays that extend into wide overhangs, creating a feeling of levitation over the lower spaces. A combination of noble materials has been used to compose the facades, such as white mortar, glass and stone walls obtained from the excavation itself, in order to maximize the integration of the house in the landscape. Inside, white colour predominates in order to neutralize tones and focus attention on what really matters ... the environment. The house is made up of 5 bedrooms with their corresponding bathrooms, living, dining room and kitchen in the same open space, gym, garage for two vehicles, cinema room, office, pool and large terraces. The pedestrian access to the house is made through a path surrounded by vegetation, next to the paths and stairs, there are planter boxes in which Mediterranean species are planted, in accordance with the surroundings of the plot and a very careful study of the landscaping.
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