Standard Studio has transformed a stable into an off-grid showroom and an industrial cottage for the owners of an interior design shop in Ibiza. The 45-quare-metre house named Casa Campo comprises two bedrooms and one bathroom and has items of vintage furniture and decorative pieces available to buy from the client’s shop, Ibiza Interiors.
This charming house is described as a self-sustainable house. The electricity and underfloor heating is powered by solar panels located on the roof, while a private well supplies the cottage with water.
Original features of the property have been maintained, including 200-year-old beams made from Ibiza’s native Sabina pine trees, which add a rustic feel to the property and warmth to the otherwise white spaces.
A small mezzanine bedroom accessed by a black timber ladder overlooks the narrow double-height dining and living area, with double doors opening out to the driveway.
Get the look
Coleman is a standing lamp that is the ideal for any space with a vintage industrial style. It has a sober elegance and that would fit perfectly in this industrial cottage. Simple and smart, this piece will last long.
Two concrete steps lead from the living spaces to the kitchen, where a marble counter sits atop black cupboards. Bright artwork adds color to the natural-toned space.
A concrete partition added to the bathroom contrasts the rustic stone wall, and provides privacy for the shower as well as forming a low wall around the double sink.
Surrounded by pine trees and cacti, a swimming pool, yoga platform, and a fruit and vegetable garden the clients are provided with the necessary amenities to live off-grid in the mountains.
Image Credits: Youri Claesens
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