This substantial house on the quieter side of the island of ibiza isn’t a bolthole - instead, it’s home for around five months of the year to the owner and his family. as such, it needed to a cocooning, rejuvenating space - and one that brought a sense of connection with the natural world beyond its walls. Specially-created pieces, such as the coffee-table in the living room, add to the home’s one-off feel, while playful art - John Brayt’s [spelling? Don’t think this is right!] silver dollar bills, for instance - adorns the walls. This isn’t about filling a space with stuff, it’s about ensuring every piece enhances what’s already there, both inside and out. The result? an airy, practical, gorgeous home that - like its inhabitants - has space to breathe.