The interesting digitally conceived roof allows the interiors to bend according to the different heights creating a unique set of interior spaces. The concrete facade is interrupted by glass portions that allow the inhabitants and their guests to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
The strategy was to separate the guesthouse pool and pool house from the main house by locating them amongst the oaks on a lower terrace. They have successfully executed the strategy without disturbing oak’s root systems or people’s privacy or the course of blueprint.
According to the designers the courtyard becomes a private day and night time oasis with fire water and cantilevered stair case leading to the front door which seconds as bleacher style seating for watching swimmers in the 60 foot long wet edge lap pool.
Located in a village in the Tramuntana region of Majorca the Costal Cave House opens to the beauty of Mediterranean Sea. This beautiful building is the home of French fashion and furniture designer Alexandre de Betak. Influenced by the organic designing of 1970s everything in the house looks natural and organic. Even the shelves appear to be carved out of rocks.
The overhanging roof gives plenty of shade on a hot summer day and the huge expanse of the glass sliding panels provide splendid endless and scenic views of the lake and its surroundings. Wouldn’t you like to live in such a place?