Palazzo refers to an architectural style of the 19th and 20th centuries based upon the palazzi (palaces) built by wealthy families. This Palazzo in Palma, Mallorca is extravagant to say the least and is complete with private art collection, pool and design classics. I was instantly intrigued by this wonderful property the moment I scrolled through the details on the wonderful Fantastic Frank . It’s perfect inspiration for your weekend.
The property highlights are:
• 10 m ceiling height
• with pool and sauna
• and design classics
• roof terrace
• kitchen with appliances from Gaggenau
• Bang & Olufsen sound system (um yes please – parties…)
With ceiling heights of up to 10 meters, elaborated frescoes, exposed beams, sandstone walls and floors, as well as many other structural details of a typical Mallorcan palazzo.
The entire place houses contemporary art in the form of sculptures and paintings by the well-known artist Ralf Klose, which also represents Klose’s largest private collection. The twist between modern and antique and new and old can also be found in the selected furniture. Design classics by Mies van der Rohe meet the Bauhaus and fine baroque antiques. A brilliant firework of the senses and the style elements.
In addition to 8 rooms and 3 bathrooms the house offers a developed bodega, various fireplaces and gas central heating. A high-quality fitted Mallorcan style kitchen with Gaggenau appliances and a B & O sound system in the whole house, creates a perfect scene for hosting family and friends. An enchanted patio with pool including a counter-swimming pool and sauna, allows for a wonderful indoor, outdoor flow. Also three fireplaces, various terraces and a rooftop with a view over Felanitx all the way to the church give stunning outdoor space.
Pops of Colour through Art
What resonates most is the minimal layout, design and features surrounded by loud and interesting art works. The colour of deep electric blue features within a few of the works. It’s a colour that is loud and uplifting and works so well with the traditional and original wall space.
What a place… scroll through the images below and dream of living on the little Spanish island we know and love as Mallorca.
Have a great weekend!
Love Laura xx