Endless sun, sparkling sea, crystalline sky—these are the key elements of Mediterranean living. From southern Spain to northern Africa, from Greece to the Côte d’Azur, here are twenty-five contemporary houses from around the Mediterranean Sea.
The book includes work by internationally established architects, such as Alberto Campo de Baeza and Carlos Ferrater, and houses created by a number of the region’s rising stars. The houses differ in their locations and styles but are united by clean lines, open floor plans, and seamless indoor-outdoor living.
A fusion of interior style and architecture, of glorious natural landscapes and bold man-made forms, Mediterranean Modern will appeal to design aficionados as well as practicing architects and designers.
Dominic Bradbury is a journalist and writer specializing in architecture and design. He writes for many magazines and newspapers in the UK and internationally, including Wallpaper*, World of Interiors, House & Garden, Vogue Living, The Telegraph, The Times, and the Financial Times. His many books include Mid-Century Modern Complete, The Iconic Interior, Mountain Modern, and Waterside Modern.