NORDIC MINIMALISM MIXED WITH MALLORCAN ACCENTS

This stunning home is perched high on a terraced slope above the picturesque village of Deia on the Spanish island of Mallorca. The house, which is jointly owned by several members of a large Nordic family, has been renovated by More Design. This local design practise offers services in the fields of architecture, design and landscaping, fusing a contemporary design approach with a revision of traditional practices and construction methods. The owners of this project are design-savy and were very much involved in the design process mixing their own Scandinavian aesthetic into the Mediterranean vision of the designers. The result is a beautiful blend of Nordic minimalism with Mallorcan accents. You can read the entire story in Est Magazine issue 28.

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Credits & source: Est Magazine.

3 Responses to NORDIC MINIMALISM MIXED WITH MALLORCAN ACCENTS

  1. OUT OF THIS WORLD

  2. Hello Danielle, this house is dreamlike. Looooveee!

  3. Highly impressive – rustic and contemporary at the same time, with Nordic influences thrown in for good measure. I particularly love the kitchen, plus some of the wood / metal furniture pieces.

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