Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Infinity Pool, Terrace, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

The AIBS House was completed in 2002 by the Belgium based studio Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners. This 4,306 square foot contemporary home is perched over 500 feet above the Mediterranean Sea, on the island of Ibiza, Spain.

Outdoor Swimming Pool, Terrace, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Pool, Terrace, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Evening, Glass Walls, Terrace, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Stone Walls, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Glass Walls, Terrace, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Patio Doors, Terrace, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Entrance, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Cliffs, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Breakfast Table, Glass Walls, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Wooden Dining Table, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Dining Space, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Stairs, Bathroom, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Bedroom, Views, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Large Window, Views, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

View from the water, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

Ground Floor Plan, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

First Floor Plan, Stunning Clifftop Home in Ibiza, Spain

AIBS House in Ibiza, Spain, details by AABE:

“Just like a path or road which comes to a dead end, the land becomes rippled before turning into a staircase which leads you down to the lower bridge from where you can appreciate the landscape in all its beauty. The living areas are enclosed by a single large window frame. The windows also provide protection against the winds. There are also large windows along the patio which is in an enclosed area.

The cliff which has an olive tree on top provides a second wall for the patio. Away from view, the swimming pool lies to the side of the building beyond the terrace, surrounded by the natural environment. A number of walls and pillars have been painstakingly erected on the concrete surface and support the floor above which contains the bedrooms. Located at 159 metres altitude, none of the building’s features constitute a threat to nature. Under blue skies the building appears calm and serene whilst in stormy weather it has a striking and tormented air about it.”

Photos By: Jean-Luc Laloux

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