This spectacular property is located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in the middle of a juniper orchard and surrounded by Venetian stucco walls that by no means prevent enjoyment of the surrounding landscape.
The house was built in the mid-1990s according to a design by Philippe Starck and was his personal residence for many summers. Some of the best inspiration for his work came from this little oasis of peace.
It comes on a plot of 37,000 m 2 and consists of two houses; a main house and a guest house where everything is natural, bright, relaxed and almost primitive.
Quiet and cosy , yet deeply connected to its vernacular roots and intertwined with nature, Philippe Starck himself explains that â€œ it takes inspiration from the architecture to be found on the island of Capri, specifically the Casa Malaparte â€� .
Large windows look out into the sea, the light and the beautiful landscape; beauty that can be enjoyed even more from under the large porch, in a circular tub that entirely covers to 100 m 2 swimming pool.
The interior consists of 400 m 2 characterised by great simplicity of design and decoration without excess. The property would seem to be anchored in simplicity and exist within its own laws of space and time: wooden tables and chairs consumed by time, sun loungers made from branches and vines, tree trunk furniture, plant fibres, etc.
The guest house is divided into two fully-equipped studios.