Surrounded by the crystal blue waters on the southern coast of Formentera Island exists a home that expresses fluidity between its open spaces while also transforming the local architecture into something more modern. The Amalia house rests on a moderate slope exposed to the captivating vistas of the Migjorn beach and the cliffs of Cap de Barbaria. Designed by Marià Castelló Martínez, the home has a living room, kitchen and dining room in a common area while the master bedroom with its dressing room, bathroom and multipurpose room is located in its own private area on the ground floor. On the first level, a second double bedroom with a bathroom and terrace opens up to the lush views of the surrounding landscape.

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