The Ivan Torres Arquitectos team decided to position the villa closer to the bottom of the hill to protect the outdoor spaces from the hot winds and provide a 360-degree view for its occupants. The low trees growing on the property offer little protection from the sun's scorching rays, but are an important part of the landscape design.
The kitchen, a breakfast nook and two guest bedrooms are located in the horizontal, single-level part of the house. A glass conservatory in the center of the living room features live plants such as cacti and succulents that grow well in this part of the island. They get the necessary amount of sunlight through a hole in the ceiling, which is a spectacular and unexpected element of this laconic interior.
A stylish staircase with narrow snow-white steps leads up to the second floor, where the master bedroom suite. Its incredibly bright, minimalist interior is bathed in sunlight, and sliding doors connect it to a small terrace.
The nature of the design largely determined the choice of materials: concrete, glass and wood in small quantities. Minimalist decoration, the color palette is poor with the inclusion of elements of blue, orange and gold colors, designed to remind the proximity of the sea and sunny beaches. From first glance one can see that this interior is not very practical. There is no roomy closet space for necessary things and other functional objects. The space created by Ivan Torres Arquitectos is entirely designed for tranquil and relaxing outdoors, being as light-hearted and casual as Ivisa itself.