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The Most Famous Ibizan Architects You Need to Know

Ibiza enjoys a distinctive architecture – whether is traditional or modern. Just close your eyes and the first image that comes up in your mind is the island dotted with whitewashed rustic fincas surrounded by farmland or the most modern, sleek and chic newbuilt villas.  

Through all our years working in property development we had the pleasure to work with some renown local architects of Ibiza. Here’s a list of them:

BALAKSTAD – FUSING TRADITION & MODERNITY

Rolph Blakstad is a Canadian architect who studied art and architecture in Italy. In 1956 he moved permanently to Ibiza where he founded the Blakstad Design Consultants. The company has grown through out the years to become one of the island’s most well-respected design brand. They are committed to preserving the ancient traditions in which Ibiza’s architecture is steeped, keeping all the charming of traditional farmhouses but adapting it to modern functionality. Check out his work with our country villa Can Cantó.

JAIME ROMANO – INNOVATIVE & VISIONARY

Jaime Romano is the founder of Romano Arquitectos, an architecture and interior design studio born in 1992. Until 2004, the studio focused mostly on developing projects in Ibiza, they then expanded to South Arabia, Tunisia, Angola, Barbados and much more. They like to renovate and always doing it with an innovative eye to build homes that reveal themselves. Fusing the border between what is man-made and what is natural to provide visual continuity. Check out his work with our villas Can Frit, Can Vildas and Can Ras.

JAIME SERRA – FUNCTIONALITY & AESTHETIC

Jaime Serra is leading the architecture studio Atlant del Vent. Crisp and modern lines, the enhancement of natural lighting and the harmonious balance with the surrounding environment are the key factors of the concept of this studio. Jaime Serra doesn’t like “patchwork architecture”, the one that mixes materials too much, that’s why the natural and minimalist look is achieved with 3 key materials, concrete, wood, and steel. Big windows that open up and space and let the sunlight comes in but without forgetting the importance of functionality. Check out his work with our Villa Sky.