Tour: Terracotta Tones and Ocean Views Embody the Mediterranean Spirit
With fall around the corner, I’m eager to soak up the last of the summer season as much as possible. I was unable to travel this year, so I’m living vicariously through photos of these spectacular holiday apartments designed by TEd’A arquitectes. Rooms full of vibrant, sunkissed clay whisk me away to the sunny Mediterranean coast of Mallorca, Spain.
What’s so captivating about the architecture and interior is its simplicity. The commitment to use clay and brick as the primary building materials envelops you in a world of warmth and ease. Unglazed tile and wood casework bring a handmade and tactile element that often gets lost in modern design. Terracotta tones contrast beautifully against the blue, ocean backdrop. After enjoying a day by the sea, retreating to the Can Picafort apartments is definitely on my bucket list.
Design by: TEd’A arquitectes
Photography by: Luis Diaz Diaz
Building with traditional materials such as brick and mortar takes time, but Can Picafort proves that it’s worth it. The seaside apartments are a model of craftsmanship, creative use of basic materials, and timeless design. You’ll find me here on my next vacation!
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