Step inside this villa in Puerto Pollença and, you instantly feel the calming energy of this lateral living space nestled between the beach and the Tramuntana mountains. The Beach House, a holiday home available for rental, is designed for wellness, relaxation and calming days away from the hustle and bustle of the summer crowds.
This stunning house is located in the Port of Pollensa. Cosy and bright, predominantly black and white, raw materials and sleek forms – this home is a dream of minimal interior design.
The property in question was a house of more than 400 m2 located in Boquer, Puerto Pollensa. It had been abandoned half-built and filled with squatters. The project that the owners had in mind was that of an open, bright home that conveyed a feeling of spaciousness. These requirements involved redesigning some of the most important spaces in the villa.
Making this dream a reality involved a complete renovation, even down to parts of the main structure. Paul Robinson and his team redesigned spaces and demolished partitions. Thus they created a diaphanous space consisting of the kitchen, living and dining room, bedrooms and reception area.
The exterior became a natural extension of the interior. Modern tiles blend seamlessly with luxurious exterior stone floors, which, along with the considerately designed pool, have created an exterior essential to the Mediterranean lifestyle.
Practicality and comfort are key in the interior. Therefore, Paul Robinson and his team installed efficient ventilation systems, aged stone staircases and custom ordered windows. The owners wanted a clean, sleek interior with simple forms in which a minimalist style dominated. Without the need to sacrifice character.
Moving upstairs, views of the terraces and the pool were increased by installing large windows in the main façade. These are now flooding four spacious bedrooms with light. Each bedroom served by its own bathroom allows for privacy and comfort. In addition, the cosy roof terrace offers stunning views of the Tramuntana mountains and the relaxing blue sea of the port.
Photos by Pernilla Danielsson, Text by Noemí Alvarez