pascal cheikh djavadi builds modernist villa on an ancient ibizan settlement
 
pascal cheikh djavadi builds modernist villa on an ancient ibizan settlement pascal cheikh djavadi builds modernist villa on an ancient ibizan settlement
aug 17, 2016

pascal cheikh djavadi builds modernist villa on an ancient ibizan settlement

 

parisian architect pascal cheikh-djavadi has constructed a luxury villa, built upon an ancient ibizan finca. the minimalist dwelling features a strong modular composition using a refined blueprint, following the outline of the original structure that once stood in its place. 

pascal cheikh djavadimodern villa ibiza
all images © kelosa

 

 

 

located within a rural area at the center of the island, the villa forms a stark contrast upon the land, through its minimal elegance and sharp geometric lines. the design builds upon characteristic elements of ibizan architecture, using a traditional rectangular structure, and selective use of windows, placed strategically in order to provide a shaded environment inside. 

pascal cheikh djavadimodern villa ibiza
a large window protrudes from the exterior of the building

 

 

 

the interior features a multipurpose living room, a series of consecutive vertical windows, together with whitewashed walls and polished concrete floors. discrete fireplaces are found in the living room and master bedroom which also features a large window that protrudes from the exterior of the building, allowing one to sit and watch the natural environment outside. 

pascal cheikh djavadimodern villa ibiza
the design builds upon characteristic elements of ibizan architecture

 

 

 

each room uses a neutral colour palette complimented by playful furniture pieces that forms a balanced tension within the villa. furnishings include tatami beds, indirect lighting and paper lamps that reference japanese zen design.  

cheikh djavadi modern villa ibiza
multipurpose living room

cheikh djavadi modern villa ibiza

cheikh djavadi modern villa ibiza
discrete fireplaces are found in the living room

cheikh djavadi modern villa ibiza
living room and open kitchen

modern villa ibiza
dining room

modern villa ibiza

modern villa ibiza
master bedroom features a tatami bed

modern villa ibiza

 

 

 

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edited by: hollie smith | designboom

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  • Nice design but what a hodgepodge of furnishings.

    Mort d'Urban says:

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