Mit ‘Spain’ getaggte Beiträge

Diesmal was mit arabischem Flair, und doch gar nicht weit weg von uns! Das Cap Rocat Hotel wirkt hier so ziemlich wie ein architektonisches Wunder, gelegen auf der größten Baleareninsel Mallorca und (neben Benz, BMW und Audi) der Deutschen liebstes Kind, wenn’s um Reiseziele geht! Ein frühmittelalterliches Riesenanwesen mit all den Ausblicken und Gemächern, die man sich für die lauen Sommer- und Herbstmonate wünscht…

A superb refurbishment of an impressive 19th-century fortress has resulted in a captivating and singular, adults-only boutique hotel overlooking the Bay of Palma. Set in 88 acres and stretching along the coastline for two kilometres, Cap Rocat Mallorca is a spectacular hotel providing a collection of stunning rooms and suites, a selection of magical dining venues, a private beach, jetty and salt water pool.

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„We are special, cause we are magic“: Nice Photography by Alba Soler, a Photographer from Spain. „This is a new project I’ve done and I still doing to help this children. They are patients from Crida’m an early stimulation center. This kids, with some developmental disabilities, need to be treated as soon as the parents see any sings that the kid might be slow or not doing certain things at a certain age. Early stimulation is very crucial because if it is absent or minimal, then the kid would become imparied or learning become reduced. As soon as the kid is treated, the highest potential can have the treatment.“

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Was für ’ne Familienhütte… ich musste diese Crib hier einfach posten. Ist mal wieder von unseren Madrider Lieblingsarchitekten A-Cero Arquitectos um die Herren Joaquín Torres und Rafael Llamazares, die sich bislang keine Blöße gegeben haben bei egal welcher ihrer letzten zum Verkauf freigegebenen und somit stark umworbenen Familienresidenzen in den andalusischen Bergen über dem Puerto Banús des spanischen Nobelbadeortes Marbella! Ihre letzten beiden Topprojekte sind natürlich durchgehend bei uns einsehbar! Also ich würd klipp und klar sagen, diese Location straight in den Bergen mit Blick auf die Mittelmeerküste der allerschönsten Region Spaniens kommt heute einfach mal geiler als die Bauten in St. Tropez! …und mit den PS-Luxusmonstern in der Untergeschossgarage is‘ jetzt zumindest auch alles im Lot!

The Familiar House is a beautiful new private residence by A-Cero architects. Located in Marbella, Spain, the seaside village can in many ways be compared with St. Tropez, being one of the more popular jet set meeting points. The ‘Familiar’ house was completed last year and is a stunning property. We love the use of natural stone on the entire house, as well as the use of water all around it. The house is really modern, almost out of this world with the black looking water, yet not cold in terms of atmosphere.

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* A number of jaw-dropping stencil works from the past few months by French artist Christian Guémy aka C215 seen on the streets of Barcelona and Berlin. C215 has been an active street artist for over 20 years, his first stencils going up around 2006 and according to Street Art London his daughter is now following in his footsteps making her own 2 layer stencils.

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* The architectural team at A-cero are known for creating some of the most magnificent modern and contemporary residences on the planet. Everything A-cero creates is nothing short of marvelous, and this modern „Concrete House II“ is no exception to the rule. „Concrete House II“ is another beautiful design by Spanish studio A-cero. Concrete has become a popular choice for flooring, and even for the fundamentals of the building, but the ‘Concrete House II’ takes this to the next level with the entire facade showcasing the concrete guts. The residence houses a beautiful garden, a small lake, solar panels as part of a renewable energy system, and a garage that men would kill for.

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* Known for his massive scale silhouettes on city walls, Spanish street artist Sam3 has works in cities from Madrid to Lisbon, Cologne to Buenos Aires and even San Francisco, to name a few. I especially love the inverted silhouettes — I can’t believe there isn’t more of that in other street artists’ work. Also, the way he integrates the building façade in many of these (see third photo from top) is so clever and effective. You can see more of Sam3’s work on his site, blog, and this flickr pool.

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