It's wonderful to see people's dreams come true, especially when it comes to a remarkable home in the island of Ibiza called Never Never Land. Its lucky owner always had the idea of building his dream vacation home in this Spanish paradise without causing major effects on the terrain. Architect Andrés Jacque made his dream a reality by designing a web of stilts to support the multi-modular home in order to minimize any distress on the landscape. But if that wasn't enough, he also decided to preserve the trees in the plot by incorporating them into the design and have them cut across the floor and ceiling — literally bringing the outside in. I'm loving the wonderful mix of bright colors, specifically the yellow green used throughout the house (the same color I used as accent an my pad). How about that gorgeous soft aqua? I would have never thought of painting the whole place that color, but I think it works beautifully. It gives the house an air of serenity and freshness. This is definitely a home to escape to, relax and be one with the environment. If I left you craving more details about this amazing project, you can read this article recently published here.