Stunning Home Overlooking the Bay of Altea by Carlos Gilardi
Mar 13, 2014 16:07
The Mediterranean Pearl, designed by Carlos Gilardi, is an ambitious residential project in Costa Blanca, Spain, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
Wide terraces, wide glass panels, cut outs, and the infinity pool give the home's inhabitants the feeling of being on top of the world.
“On the entrance floor, there is a large covered parking space and on the inside, three bedrooms, all with bathrooms and access to a covered terrace and the garden. We go up to the main floor, with the lift or by stairs, where we encounter an enormous living room with a fireplace and at the end, a modern kitchen, Santos brand. We continue rising and reach the top floor, where the master bedroom with an amazing dressing room awaits us.”
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