In Ibiza, the villagers’ houses are called fincas. This one was completely renovated in an anti-conventional rustic style, with patinas and driftwood, whiteness and simplicity. The house has kept all the charm of its thick whitewashed walls, with smooth lines that soothe the eye.
The house is intended to welcome family and friends, and the rooms have been approached on that basis: nine independent bedrooms, each with a contemporary bathroom and outside terrace. Throughout the house, the whiteness is broken here and there with colourful touches tending towards hippie culture (objects, carpets, hangings, etc.): a reminder that we sire in Ibiza outside, an intimate, calm decor predominates around two swimming pools, one of which is a training pool. Near one of these, an old almond tree can be seen, transformed into a modern sculpture – a frequent feature in Ibiza. The garden all around is a mediterranean orchard full of local trees: olive, fig, orange and lemon.