Clean lines and sleek finishes create a vision of sophistication at this Santanyí villa. It’s a contemporary Mediterranean home with an open plan layout. Natural light pours in through the numerous glass doors, which open out onto a serene patio and pool area.
The designer kitchen was created by Espacio Home Design‘s Cocinart brand, which is the leading kitchen company on the Balearic Islands. Cocinart‘s workshop is located in the small Central Mallorcan town of Vilafranca de Bonany. They offer the possibility of a completely bespoke kitchen, and certainly in this case, all the clients requests for specific tones were successfully met.
High quality materials were selected for both their durability and character. The countertops are in Binissalem-style Zarci Gray stone, with contrasting details in treated oak. There is an unmistakable flow, achieved by integrated handles, discreet shelving and intelligent lighting design.
The natural stone island transitions seamlessly into a wooden table, which seats six on stylish low-backed stools. A low-hanging pendant with a diffuser to minimise glare, hangs over the table, adding a sense of intimacy. It brings to mind sociable evenings where host and guests are able to mingle over a bottle of wine without anyone being isolated in the kitchen.
This beautiful kitchen isn’t solely designed for inspiring admiration in visitors, although it will. Thanks to top of the range kitchen appliances, cooking will be a pleasure here, too. The induction hob, oven and wine rack are by Gaggenau. High German standard also applies to the kitchen and dishwasher by Miele. Finally, there are few better extractor fans than those engineered by Gutmann.
Espacio Home Design Project have once again masterminded a balanced and beautiful space. The architect behind this elegant home was Antonio García Ruíz, and the project manager, Juan Serra.