Designed by Mesura, this house located in the Baix Empordà embodies non-invasive architecture, prioritising the conservation of the natural environment. Treated with care, the vegetation takes root as a fundamental element of the construction. It is a tribute to the local area in a rustic-contemporary style, incorporating native materials such as stones from the River Ter or ceramics from La Bisbal.
The house was designed to give a panoramic view of the area. It is built in two volumes joined by a central porch, whose windows can be opened to connect the area with the outdoors. Two discreet M64 pendant lamps illuminate this transit and dining area. The project brilliantly merges the interior and exterior ambiences, enabling free flowing movement throughout this versatile home.
Casa Ter houses an agreeable selection of pieces from Santa & Cole. From the designer Ilmari Tapiovaara, for whom nature was the best design manual, the Maija lamps. In the kitchen and the living room, respectively, the tabletop and hanging versions, a compound tower composed of metal discs through which light is subtly filtered.
The sofa is placed ideally to take in scenery conducive to contemplation. The grove of trees is framed by the window and various decorative objects, including the Moragas lamp, the embodiment of elegant simplicity. In the same room, a Cesta Metálica lamp contrasts elements and textures: solid stainless-steel brackets hold the opal glass globe, crowned by a natural-coloured leather handle.
Serene lighting to connect with this wonderful place.