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Split House: Modern Elegance in Palma

Modern minimalist living room with wooden ceiling and terracotta floor.

Step into the Split House, a testament to modern architecture in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, crafted by Feina Studio in 2020. In a neighborhood known for its industrial history, this house uniquely adapts to its sloping terrain with stepped floors, blending indoor with outdoor. Utilizing eco-friendly materials like wood and cork, it sets a new standard for energy-efficient design amidst Palma’s historic charm.

Litibú Bungalow by Palma

FeaturedLitibú Bungalow by Palma

Dive into the world of contemporary Mexican architecture with the stunning Litibú Bungalow, a 50m2 (538 sq ft) concrete cottage nestled in the picturesque coastal town of Litibu, Nayarit Castellot. Designed by the talented team at Palma in 2020, this idyllic retreat masterfully combines indoor and outdoor living with a climate-responsive design.

Discover how high palapa ceilings and pigmented stucco walls create an inviting and breathable space, while built-in concrete features add a touch of modern flair.

Portixol I by PMA Studio

Portixol I by PMA Studio

Nestled in the charming Portixol neighborhood of Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Portixol I stands as a testament to timeless design and innovation. This reimagined holiday home, orchestrated by PMA Studio in 2020, blends the tranquil essence of Scandinavian minimalism with the traditional allure of Mallorcan architecture.

Set against the backdrop of a historic fishing harbor that has evolved into one of Mallorca’s most sought-after regions, this residence captures the spirit of its surroundings. Meticulously planned to enhance the flow of natural light, the design features expansive glass doors, skylights, and a strategic floor plan that culminates in a spacious patio. Natural materials, light hues, and minimalist Nordic furnishings punctuated by local straw and fabric decor create an aesthetic that is both soothing and captivating.