Photo: Daniel Schäfer for AD España
It was love at first sight when Luis Laplace first visited Minorca. The Balearic island's severe natural landscape and spontaneous architecture seemed to create a world of possibilities for the Argentinian architect. After coming across an abandoned cheese mill with intriguing bones, Laplace set to work breathing new life into the place, collaborating with local craftsmen and artisans to preserve its charming architectural quirks. Relaxed yet dynamic, Laplace's sunny countryside retreat is an embrace of the island's rugged terrain; from the palette to his choice of materials, the mix is warm and full of personality.
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