”It was an incredible stroke of luck, to be building in this dream location“, project manager Jan Wichers explains. For years he has been designing exclusive villas on the island. Given the luxury hotels, golf clubs and beach resorts that the German interior designer has already decked out to date around the world, at 810 square metres this villa is a relatively modest project.
The entrance hall reveals new perspectives, opening directly onto the upper floor with its huge living space, kitchen and two of the six bedrooms. Daylight fills a glazed terrace, which offers a fantastic view of the sea. The angle of light and the panoramic views create a lively interplay between inside and outside — alongside the clean lines and the open interior design, this interplay is the key element in the fresh interpretation of the traditional cube structures of Ibiza.
A cube opening onto a sea view with an outdoor kitchen is perfect for chilling, barbecuing or celebrating. The lapping sound of water at the edge of the pool and the lounge music reach down as far as the garden terraces of the guest rooms, which within this lavish villas provide just the kind of space that a large group of friends or family might need when relaxing together. Furniture, accessories and art objects inspired by the surrounding area and the Ibizan lifestyle make for a unique atmosphere. Whether it be through the use of sophisticated lighting technology, relaxing bathrooms or the perfect kitchens designed for this villa, when furnishing and selecting materials Jan Wichers has made sure that everything is of then highest quality — right down to the smallest detail. ”Our senses respond to quality. So much is a matter of taste, but quality is not“