Canyon Ranch Resort Villa
The Canyon Ranch villa is located near Bodrum, on the west coast of Turkey, on a strip of land that juts out into the sea. Designed by Carlos Ferrater, it is a complex and spectacular piece of architecture, a volume which plays on the dichotomy of solids and voids, open and closed, high and low, adapting to the unevenness of the hill where it stands.
The interiors are warm and welcoming thanks to the use of neutral, bright colours and the choice of soft fabrics. The outdoor furniture includes wooden lanterns in two different sizes, solid wood tables and coffee tables by Exteta, as well as Tosca armchairs by Tribù.
Wood is a constant inside the house, recurring in the structure of the Concorde table by Poliform, in the Elbow chairs by Carl Hansen, in the bookcase that separates the rooms and in the desktop of the Load-it system by Porro, combined with the aluminum group chairs by Vitra, real icons of contemporary design.
The living room is furnished with the Groundpiece sofa and the Filicudi ottoman by Flexform, combined with the Ch 25 Scandinavian-style armchairs designed by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen. The children's room features a wooden rocking horse designed by Pininfarina for Riva 1920 and wooden dolls by Alexandre Girard for Vitra.