This superb residence belongs to a successful English writer who wanted a home that could respond to the specific needs of every member of his family. He also wanted a residence that would remain open to the landscape, and this led to the decision to “disintegrate” the volumes and spread them on the large lot, thus “fleeing massification”.
Called Villa London, the home is basically a set of independent pavilions that keep their own privacy. The common areas are what give a sense of connection and continuity to the whole project. The residence is located in Llucmajor, Mallorca, Spain, and it was designed by CMW Architects. Completed in 2004, it offers a massive 13,928 square feet of space.
Photos courtesy of CMV Architects