With spring and summer looming you’re probably swiping through idyllic travel pics on Instagram sitting at your desk asking yourself why is the clock ticking so slowly. If you’re an architecture junkie whose idea of vacationing is not an all-inclusive travel package dancing La Macarena around the pool, you might want to set your eyes on booking this house in Mallorca. The Neuendorf House is an architectural gem designed by John Pawson and Claudio Silvestrin who are the men behind retail spaces such as Calvin Klein and Giorgio Armani. The property is set in an almond grove with views of the mountains and the sea. As Boutique Homes puts it “Grand in scale and humble in tone, Villa Mallorca is reminiscent of an art installation, and it’s clean sharp delineated lines of vertical and geometric shapes evoke a modern take on antiquity. Equal parts mid–century modern and ancient adobe castle, the striking minimalist emphasis in and out and use of raw, natural materials creates a harmonious palette with the landscape”. I couldn’t have said it better so I didn’t. There is enough space for your friends and family with 4 bedrooms and you won’t get fat eating all those tapas and enjoying the wine as the house is fit with a sunken tennis court and 30-meter pool which. For more info go to Boutique Homes.
Did you know: Mallorca is Spain’s largest island thus its name originates from old Latin phrase “insular maior” meaning the larger island.