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Blakstad: Ibiza House Designs

Author/EditorWhite, Conrad (Author)
Publisher: Loft Publications
ISBN: 9788499366746
Pub Date26/09/2022
BindingHardback
Pages336
Dimensions (mm)260(h) * 260(w)
An illustrated celebration of the new and most recent creations and designs of the studio founded on the island of Ibiza by architect Rolf Blakstad.
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Following the success of Conrad White's previous book about Blakstad (Ibiza Blakstad Houses, December 2012 and revised May 2019, ISBN 978 849936 174 1), this new book collects the new and most recent creations of the architecture studio founded by Rolf Blakstad and developed later by his sons Rolf and Nial.

This 336-page book shows, through some incredible photographs by Conrad White, some of the most representative houses that the Blakstad family has designed and constructed in the island of Ibiza.

Rolph Blackstad exhaustively studied Ibizan architecture when it was still a living millennial tradition, with peasant builders working with rules passed down by word of mouth from father to son. The architect's study of these builders formed the basis of his research, design and building for more than 40 years. This book is the latest tribute to Blackstad's work in the wake of his recent death.

Following the success of Conrad White's previous book about Blakstad (Ibiza Blakstad Houses, December 2012 and revised May 2019, ISBN 978 849936 174 1), this new book collects the new and most recent creations of the architecture studio founded by Rolf Blakstad and developed later by his sons Rolf and Nial.

This 336-page book shows, through some incredible photographs by Conrad White, some of the most representative houses that the Blakstad family has designed and constructed in the island of Ibiza.

Rolph Blackstad exhaustively studied Ibizan architecture when it was still a living millennial tradition, with peasant builders working with rules passed down by word of mouth from father to son. The architect's study of these builders formed the basis of his research, design and building for more than 40 years. This book is the latest tribute to Blackstad's work in the wake of his recent death.

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