Design and tradition: Espacio Home Design

A design perspective

Behind every interior design project by Espacio Home Design, there is a story that links together design and tradition. A commitment to nature also sits at the core of their philosophy. And few projects better epitomise these key values than this one in Santa Ponsa. 

SEA AS THE PROTAGONIST 

For this project, they worked together with Calvià-based architectural studio Tarragona Hohne. With Anna Tarragona at the helm, they ensured it maintained the character of its extraordinary setting and the sea it overlooks. The interior design was inspired by the surrounding landscape, reflecting it through the use of calming natural tones and luminescent spaces. The sea, with the starring role, was brought inside through art. In collaboration with Aba Art Lab, almost all the artwork was selected in tones of blue – only one breaks the pattern to echo the deep red of a sunset. 

The kitchen, designed by Italian brand Modulnova, is a radiant space bathed in natural light. The layout allows you to prepare food while gazing out over the shimmering sea. It also opens into the dining area to create a bright and airy space perfect for family together-time. Some bedrooms, too, have floor-to-ceiling windows that offer sweeping seascape panoramas. 

A PALETTE OF LIGHT 

In fact, the whole house is created like a balcony overlooking the sea “that is born and dies every day” the creative team at Espacio Home Design poetically put it, “with the light reflecting the whole palette of colours in a single day.” To achieve this they drew on other top Italian brands such as Molteni&C and Riva1920, whose quality and design also elevated the tone across the home. 

“Spaces are living beings,” Espacio goes on to expand thoughtfully. And it is this insight that informs their approach, and produces such impressive results.

ESPACIO HOME DESIGN
C/ Illes Balears 6, Santa Ponça, Tel: +34 871 005 166
C/ Eusebi Estada 11B, Palma, Tel: +34 971 759 700
C/ Sant Feliu 6, Palma, Tel: +34 971 713 258 

www.espaciohdg.com

Text by Leon Beckeham | Photos by Gori Salvá