Placed in the verdant countryside of the island of Menorca, Casa E gives Mediterranean architecture a minimalist overhaul. The dwelling, designed by Marina Senabre, is comprised of two volumes formed by clean lines and stark white facades. The larger building features a flat gravel roof and contains the main gathering spaces while the smaller, gabled structure houses the guest rooms, rec room, and indoor pool. Both interiors maintain a restrained palette with white walls and light wood floors. The emphasis on simplicity keeps the focus on the views, framed in by wood-lined windows and doors like works of art. The two buildings are connected by gravel walkways and a patio that lead to an outdoor pool that runs alongside both volumes.
Photos: Julio Feroz / Marina Senabre