Friday, March 25, 2011

Andrés Jacque







Funky! This Ibiza home named "Never Never Land" designed by Madrid-based architect Andrés Jacque and featured in The New York Times was built to have as minimal an impact as possible on the surrounding landscape. No trees had to be cut down during construction, and as you can see, they were actually incorporated into the interior! That's some serious dedication! How fabulous is that infinity pool overlooking the valley?! To see just how impressive this home actually is, head to this gallery...it's insanely cool! Happy weekend everyone!

27 comments:

Shorely Chic said...

So cool!! When's the big day??

Red Door Home said...

Wow! This is a neat house. I wonder if they have to water the trees that are on the inside of the house?

Michelle {Adore Cherie} said...

That swimming pool is blowing my mind!

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

Wow, this is funky... a funky turquoise world, eh?!

Erin, thank you so much for your comment. You're so nice!!!! :-)

Enjoy your weekend, sweetie.

xo


Luciane at HomeBunch.com

La Tendedera said...

wow, i've never seen such an airy loft in turqouise.

IAMSNOWFLAKE said...

Love the color and the pool. I can´t see myself living in such an industrial looking and bare environment though.

Tanya @ Dans le Townhouse said...

Wow! Such a bold colour statement.

Susan E. Brown Int Dsgn said...

That is truly amazing! LOVE the lime green metal with the turquoise, and building around the trees. Haven't seen something this wonderful in a while--thanks!

Anonymous said...

Wauw! so cool!! thank you for posting!

classic • casual • home said...

Such an extraordinary pool!

Ambyr said...

Surprisingly the colored ceiling opens up the room. I like it. Too daring for me, but it's inspiring to play around with color in unconventional places.

Happy Friday,
http://www.thewrittenrunway.com

GDdesigner said...

I am absolutely fascinated! In this we must think when we built ... Designing to respect nature and to use our creativity to introduce her into the concept.
Good for Andrew Jacque, did not know him, but now I want to know more about his work.
Thanks
Happy weekend
Gaby

Allison said...

That is one amazing housse. I have ot check it out further. That pool is soemthing....

meenal @ maison marigold said...

wow..how innovative...love the shade of turquoise used throughout the house and yes that infinity pool...just awesome..thanks for sharing, Erin..do stop by my blog when you have a moment..have a lovely weekend! xx meenal

Titti said...

Wow!!!
This is my house *____*

Titti

abby jenkins said...

LOVELOVELOVE that they did not cut down any trees..how ab fab!

VictoriaArt said...

This is summer perfection! Gosh, girl, where do you find these treasures???

Lela said...

Holy moly! This reminds me...I need an infinity pool.

Lela London - Fashion Blog

terryatkinson said...

I was so wowed by the color I didn't even see the trees the first time I looked at the pictures!

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

I love that combination of turquoise and chartreuse. I'm doing that in my Showhouse room now. I'll be posting the final photos on my blog soon. Work in progress is posted now.

Thanks for all the colorful images!

Elizabeth said...

I think this may be my fave space you have ever featured - so unbelievably unique and gorgeous!
-e (modern24seven.blogspot.com)

Shana said...

Very cool

Jamie Herzlinger said...

Absolutely brilliant! Thanks for a stunning post! I was not familiar with his work!
I love learning about fabulous talent
Thanks!
Jamie Herzlinger

gwen said...

this is absolutely amazing + gorgeous. i'm in love with what andres came up with here. so talented!

Meagan, in house nester said...

This could couldn't be more fitting for your lovely blog! awesome!
meagan @ the row house nest

Arianna Belle {Organized Interiors} said...

This house is incredibly cool!

The Sterling Cherub said...

Ok, this place has got to win your blog's Best Use of Turquoise award! Amazing!

Best,

Kimberly

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