PDM House is a summer villa in Majorca designed by Piotr Paradowski Studio. The warm interior was inspired by Modern and Mediterranean traditions combined with vintage designs and represents the holistic and elegant approach of the designer.
Polish designer Piotr Paradowski founded his own design studio in Krakow in 2014. In doing so, he pursued his own vision and developed an original, holistic and refined design language. In his projects Piotr combines his three main passions: interior, furniture and graphic design. In the beautiful spaces created by the designer, we recognize inspirations from his favourite periods in the history of interior architecture, namely the pre-war 'Warsaw café style' and the Mid-century Modern style.
Piotr Paradowski designs summer villa inspired by modern and Mediterranean traditions
One of his creations is a beautiful summer house, PDM House, on the Spanish island of Majorca. The beautiful and lush nature, mild climate and rich craft traditions served not only as an attraction for the owners of this holiday home, but also as an inspiration for the interior of the villa. Piotr Paradowski Studio had to create serene and relaxing spaces that would fit nicely into the context and landscape of Majorca. The building consists of geometric blocks with white facades and the architecture refers to Mediterranean Modernism. The interior also combines Modernity with a vintage atmosphere and references to local traditions. Downstairs there is a large living space with a kitchen, two bedrooms with bathroom, a garage and a utility room. Outside there is also a large terrace, garden and swimming pool. Upstairs we find the private rooms including more bedrooms. From the outside, the house looks quite minimalistic, but inside you will be welcomed by a warm Mediterranean atmosphere. Soft and natural tones of beige and brown predominate in the rooms and also the materials and textures, inspired by the local nature, including lots of wood, linen and limestone, create a natural and summery atmosphere. ‘Thanks to the furniture and vintage accessories present in almost every room, a visit to the villa is like a journey through time,’ we hear at the studio. For example, we find Modernist chairs from the twenties, a Danish Mid-century Modern desk and other Italian, Dutch or Spanish designs.
Modernity is combined with a vintage atmosphere and references to local traditions. //
Also in the local vintage shops of Palma de Majorca the designers found some nice treasures for the interior: a bamboo console table and some brass lamps for example. In the living space, the beautiful sofa from the sixties is a real eye-catcher. It is beautifully complemented by wooden accessories. The monumental dining table is also a striking piece and was designed by the Dutch designer Henk Vos. Not only is the palette of materials and colours in the PDM House a reference to the nature, tradition and culture of the island, some decorative pieces were also made by local artists and craftsmen.
Piotr Paradowski created a beautiful summer villa here in which a natural palette, local traditions and vintage pieces play the leading role. Both inside and on the terraces there is a serene and relaxed atmosphere and that is exactly what the owners wanted. Image Courtesy of Piotr Paradowski Studio
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