Interior designer Jose Antonio Flores worked on the Omnia villa project in Ibiza, commissioned by Dubai-based businessman, Manuel Ayas.
The client’s vision was to create a contemporary, minimalist luxury villa with a design that maximises the stunning views surrounding the property. Architect Jano Blanco translated this vision by creating a sleek, functional design with generous use of space and lighting.
An interior design consideration was to stick to a muted grey and bright white colour palette with occasional shades of browns to give an air of sophistication, warmth and a general sense of spaciousness.
Choice of surfaces had to match this design sensibility in addition to being highly durable and easy to maintain. Cosentino surfaces perfectly fit the bill because of their technical superiority, colour range and large format that helped implement a design with minimum number of joints.
Cosentino’s quartz surfaces, Silestone, and ultra-compact Dekton, have been used throughout for the flooring, stairs, swimming pool, kitchen countertops and bathroom.
Dekton by Cosentino opens up design possibilities owing to its large format. This was one of the primary reasons behind the choice of Dekton Strato for the flooring. Flowing seamlessly, the floor area extends the indoor into one continuous indoor-outdoor space. Its superior performance, strength and durability (stain-, scratch-, heat- and UV-resistant) are other considerations that led to its choice.
Dekton Aura, replicating the classic marble look, was selected for the bathroom cladding primarily because it offered perfect book matching. The infinity pool was specified with Dekton Sirocco because of its anti-slip surface that makes it ideal for pools.
The huge island kitchen features Silestone Iconic White, chosen for its colour uniformity, purity and technical superiority (stain-, heat- and scratch-resistant). The client chose Silestone Elegance sinks owing to its clean, almost jointless design.