IBIZA ARCHITECTURE FIRM INSPIRED BY THE PRINCIPLES OF NATURE
Passionately inspired by the white isle, Ibiza Living is an Ibiza architecture firm dedicated to creating homes that positively nurture those who live in them. Focusing on the ecological impact of the build and using sustainable materials – from the original concept, right up to the painting and interior decoration – the team philosophy of respect for the environment influences all design aspects, resulting in outstanding properties that work effortlessly with island surroundings.
Architects Bernhard Rustige and Thor Fogelberg have 30 years of experience in planning, designing, and building in Ibiza, and their style of Ibiza architecture follows an approach that seeks solutions in nature. By using forms and proportions such as the Fibonacci numbers, and the laws of geometry that govern the universe, the Ibiza Living team develop their work in a completely organic way.
Ibiza Living projects have sustainability at their very core. Intelligent design, such as the orientation of a building, optimises the natural elements, just as the traditional Ibiza fincas did in the past, whilst renewable energies, new technologies and renovated materials deliver superior results. Your new home could be concrete-free, thanks to the pioneering use of ecologic hemp bricks, a highly insulating and completely natural building form. Other properties designed by the Ibiza architecture firm feature self-cleaning swimming pools, using plants and minerals to regulate the water so leaving the pool chlorine-free.
The Ibiza Living architecture team even have their own brand of chemical-free paint, to paint your home safe from toxins. Based on the Ibicenco tradition of using lime to whiten finca walls, the Ibiza Living Eco Lime Paint is easy to apply, releases no nasty smells or gases and comes in a range of soft pastel shades inspired by the elements of the island, as well as the obligatory white finca. Once again, nature provides the solution to healthy homes and healthy living – Ibiza architecture has come full circle.