After being abandoned for decades, the Ibiza Campo Loft has been resurrected as a dreamy guest house. The 100-year-old structure is sited on a rural hillside on the Balearic island. Formerly a workshop and warehouse, traditional details like chalk and mud plastered stone walls, concrete floors, and a Sabina beam roof made from local trees retain the building's rustic charm, while the introduction of steel in the powder-coated windows, custom kitchen cabinets, and exposed beam supports add an industrial contrast. The rustic countryside is on full display to the spacious living area through large panels of glazing. These glass doors also expand the room to an outdoor terrace where more expansive views of the valley can be enjoyed.
Photos: On a hazy morning / The Nieuw