Interior design project by interiorism studio Jorge Bibiloni Studio.
This has been a complete refurbishment of the home, which was initially built 30 years ago and had very obsolete installations.
The idea was to eliminate the divisions and create new spacious areas which would connect throughout the home, and would be more appropriate for the modern way of living.
With this in mind various materials were used to give emphasis to this concept. On entering the home, the floor of tha hall is mirco-cement and the roof is oak, this combination of materials makes a kind of filter which separates the living room from the dining room. These two large spaces are connected with these materials which frames and emphasizes the views between the two.
There are few materials used but all of them ahave been chosen with great care, the white varnished wood or oak, the micro-cement and marble, without forgetting the large terrace covered in iroko wood and the surrounding perimiter walls.
The terrace connects the living room, dining room and kitchen. There is also a outdoor kitchen so that the terrace and views to the bay of Palma can be better enjoyed.
All the elements of the project such as the carpintry, kitchen, bathrooms etc have been designed and made to measure for this home.