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This unique architectural piece lies on a 2,000 m2 plot. It has a total floor area of 400 m2 and inside there are 3 suites along with all the necessary installations, as well as a 400 m2 flat that is still to be finished. It is located in Can Rimbau, a private, closed residential area near Marina Botafoch, just 5 minutes away from the centre of Ibiza.
It is truly glorious at any time of the year thanks to the pleasant climate the area enjoys. Thanks to the fact that those dense clouds that threaten overhead rarely linger for too long, the house becomes a space where light takes on a key role.
There are many large rooms inside that, despite being interior spaces, clearly strive to adopt elements of the exterior. It is an absolute and convincing illusion that was achieved thanks to the desire of the architects to make everything feel more like the outside. It is as though the house, its structure, its foundations, its nooks and crannies, the interlinings of its construction move on to infinity and dematerialize as they go further. This is something that can be noticed particularly clearly if one leans on one of the metal railings on the upper terrace or when one comes out of the swimming pool or when one has drinks at the white bar (with its own stools) on the large terrace on the first floor.
But there is also this feeling of exteriority in the interior spaces (the lounge, the living room, the dining room, the kitchen, the bedrooms), spaces that are as white as the walls on the outside of the building. Truly white, encapsulating the Ibizan whiteness both inside and out. And in this part of the world white does not exist without blue. Perhaps the biggest difference that there is in this house, between inside and outside, is that outside blues and greens prevail whereas inside it is beige tones that prevail so that the bright, iconic colours of the Mediterranean come through the windows in reflections and shadows.