- Architecture & development
Our loyal partner OKYO created a visualisation design of a house in Mallorca. He took care of both the interior and the architecture. They took into account the wishes of the client by creating spaciousness together with and a panoramic view of the sea from the main rooms, which creates a phenomenal holiday feeling.
For this project, the owners wanted to work with natural materials and concrete. Thus, details and materials such as chrome, wood and natural stone were used in the interior. In addition, the integration of the feeling of living on and near water is also important for the client. For OKYO, this project fits in with their design language because they always design for the person or persons who are at the centre of it. In the first place, they find it very important to fine-tune all the layouts and to work from the inside out, to develop the architecture from the interior and to partly integrate the garden in order to be in direct contact with nature. The typical design style of Managing Director Jochen Magyar can be found in the details and lines. They accentuate the overall widths and depths of the house from different places in the space and play with volumes.
The integration of the feeling of living on and near water is important for the client.
In this study, they worked on the ground floor with a completely open space that can be partly filled in by the residents themselves, without detracting from the architecture or the interior. It is a large multifunctional space that, despite its size, still remains inspiring through the use of volumes, divisions and materials, as well as the wide staircase that leads to the first floor with a panoramic view of the mountains. From the bathroom on the first floor you can also enjoy this view of the beautiful nature. The bathroom was purified by using a large massive volume in which the washbasins and the bath are integrated. The shower is located in the ceiling by means of a circle that also functions as a central light source in the room. OKYO got the inspiration for this project from the island of Mallorca and the concept of living by and on the water. This is reflected in the choices made by the architects in terms of materials and colours for the interior. We will keep a close eye on our partner for undoubtedly more inspiring projects in the future.
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