Situated on a steep slope in the Mallorcan coastal village of Port de Sóller, Cingle 30 offers stunning panoramic views of the bay and the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. Consisting of a fair-faced concrete cube which extends out above a substructure of traditional quarry stone walls, the house appears to grow out of the terraced hillside.
There are three bedrooms on the upper level. Here, the ceramic sliding elements in front of the broad windows are not merely an interesting design element – they also offer sun protection and privacy. On the lower level you will find the open-plan living area with a sitting area by the fireplace, as well as a dining area and kitchen. Panoramic windows frame the spectacular views and merge the interior and exterior spaces. And when the sliding windows are open, they disappear completely into the walls and the lower level becomes an outdoor living room – complete with a terrace and a pool.
The interior design with its simple, reduced furnishings also allows the scenery to take centre stage. Only limited materials were used: the dominant fair-faced concrete is contrasted by white walls, white doors and white staircases.
What to do
The beach, water sports, hiking, cycling, exploring the island.
Why we like this house
A house like a viewing platform that conveys both openness and intimacy at once.
This house is great for
Modern architecture lovers, holidays with family and friends.
Details of the property
Region/Town: ES – Spain, Mallorca, Port de Sóller
Name: Cingle 30
Scenery: Hillside location with view to the bay
Number of guests: Max. 6 in 3 bedrooms
Design: Daniel Isern, Barcelona
Published: Villas 06/19, On Diseno 05/19, Elle Decoration Germany 03/19
Special Features: Seasonal renting (min. 32 days)