Originally an oil mill from the 1700's, this breathtaking house is home to architect Durval Dias Junior. It was its typical rural architecture that made him fall in love with the abandoned structure and inspired him to renovate it into this beautiful refuge he now calls home in Mallorca, Spain. At the time of decorating it, Dias decided to go modern to contrast the elegant architectural austerity. He combined new clean-lined pieces of furniture with vintage industrial touches, always with discretion and comfort in mind. The use of a soothing palette of natural colors (white, black and earth tones)‚ essential materials (wood, stone and iron) and ancestral resources such as concrete, unifies all the rooms. Without a doubt, this is another case when tradition and modernity go hand in hand in perfect harmony.
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