Old vines, blooming wisteria, a most perfect finca. Ca’n Bota offers the best of country living where Sóller meets Biniaraix and Fornalutx
Every door makes a statement. Old doors convey timeless grandeur, stability and strength. The imperfections are part of their story.
This door is one of many historic, beautiful doors in the village of Fornalutx
Gold plated, shiny and new… that might be considered stylish in Las Vegas or god-forbid Trump Tower.
Majorcan Style incorporates the aged and decayed. The sense of time. The rough imperfections of beauty
The old town of Palma de Mallorca, the historic village of timeless beauty, remains the heart of Design Mallorca. It is here where you can find the best integration of old and new, and the interaction between bohemian and classic luxury. It is here where you find the new generation of creative talent
Indigenous raw stone is the foundation of Majorca building and landscape design. Historic stone walls and buildings set the foundation for Majorcan Design. Exterior and interior stonework connects any building design to our historic past and the finer qualities of country living
With almost perfect weather and endless sunshine, Majorca is blessed with a wide variety of flora. Spring arrives early to the Balearic Islands, so gardens bloom with color through out the year
Mallorcan architecture incorporates the outdoors through wide open windows and doors, broad terraces, and cultivated landscapes and garden design
The Entry Gate at Jardines de Alfabia
The Doors are open. Majorcan Design is welcoming. It connects the outdoors to the indoors. It integrates historic and contemporary elements
Although the Jadines de Alfabia dates back to the centuries of Arab rule over Majorca, the estate and gardens continue to inform today’s Majorca Design style
Welcome to Design Majorca, the web site of Contemporary Majorca Design. Our mission is to show the best of Majorca Design in Architecture, Interiors, Landscape, Fashion, Retail, Restaurants, Cuisine, Imagery and all aspects of design. We hope to spotlight the Best of Majorca and the People who are creating this new contemporary design vocabulary
Robert John Rissé