For Sale – Past & Present

By Kobu 12th November 2019

Upon entering this fantastic apartment, situated in Calatrava, a leafy and historic pocket of Palma, you will find an authentic combination of old and new. This architecturally designed space maintains the ancient features found while renovating, yet adding the latest in modern technology seen in the choice of high-quality materials and appliances. The result gives the apartment it´s highly unique characteristics.

Like all architecturally designed spaces, this apartment creates a kind of energy with the way one room effortlessly flows into the next. Here, age-old rigid constructs like floors and walls are opened up to allow light to transcend throughout the space. As the name might suggest, this apartment has not only been constructed around its historical features but inspired by it. The dichotomy between old and new, past and present, means that is apartment is a genuinely timeless and originally imagined renovation.

 

Palma, Mallorca // For Sale – £1,284,000

See full listing here.

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