Sabina in Ibiza – Architectural Digest
Sabina in Ibiza is a truly unique residential project. Anton Bilton is the real estate magnate behind the project which combines sustainability worthy of the BREAM seal, luxury and first-rate architecture. Covering 17 hectares on the west coast of Ibiza, the development offers 50 luxurious residences, all designed by world-renowned, cutting edge architects.
German Jimenez from Architectural Digest Spain features some of the great contemporary architects responsible for the design of this exclusive development.
Sabina in Ibiza: sustainable, luxurious and architecturally timeless
Anton Bilton has brought together the 18 top level designers and architects from around the world to create this community development. With varying styles, these architects are designing Sabina Ibiza’s villas to harmonise with a common aesthetic covering environmentally balanced colours and refined lines.
One of the most exciting architectural talents on the project is John Pawson CBE. He brings with him a refined style using Ibizan native and white stone.
Anton Bilton’s vision for Sabina Ibiza to be a place of tranquillity, where natural and native materials co-exist. Another example of this can be seen within the interior created by American architect Rick Joy.
David Chipperfield is one of the greats. First sketches hint that he will without a doubt, apply the best of his personal stamp on an infinitely smaller scale.
Thirteen residences have been created by Rolf Blakstad, Jaime Romano and Jordi Carreño during Phase 1 of the project. And part of this is the heart of the project – the Sabina Clubhouse.
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