A house must always be designed for the ground it stands on, and this house spells Ibiza.
It is indeed difficult to say where the house ends and the outdoors begins: the walls actually slide away to eliminate the concept of traditional house design, bringing the inside out and the outside in.
In this climate, as much time is spent outside as in, and the design of the house acknowledges this. The large terrace, with its pool squared off as if a huge block of ice, is an integral part of the house, with different sitting areas and wonderful views of the island all around.
In the bright and spacious living room, outside and inside are one living space. The giant ceiling sculpture, perfect for the size of the room, hovers above the centre of the lounge area, reflecting the Hockney-like patterns on the surface of the pool.
Breaking down walls, both figuratively and metaphorically, is part and parcel of this exceptional house design.