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Bosc d’en Pep Ferrer

Bosc d’en Pep Ferrer is the traditional place name of a large plot located next to Migjorn beach, on the south coast of Formentera island. The place unleashes the desire to inhabit a panoramic dream where the horizon gets just cutted by the beautiful silhouette of the Torre des Pi des Català, erected in 1763.

The project is conceived by the duality between telluric and tectonic. Heavy and light. Earth and air. Artisanal and technological.

The high quality of materials and their unions is a must in the project’s conception and execution. Under criteria of bioconstruction, raw materials prevail and, when possible, autochthonous materials where used: sculpted rock, crushing gravel from the excavation itself, capri limestone, pine and fir wood, recycled cotton panels, macael white marble, paint to high permeability silicate, etc.

The building presents passive bioclimatic systems of proven effectiveness in that climate, as well as water self-sufficiency thanks to a large volume cistern that reuses rainwater.




Allan Stuart


Formentera, Spain