Simple and austere, the next home is closely aligned with the simplicity of the traditional buildings of Ibiza and Formentera. The home is organised around a central courtyard to protect it from the harsh conditions – particularly the wind – and also privy to some spectacular sea views. Just like the others, it’s a simple volumetric composition of flat roofs. Made from dry natural stone with rustic timber pergolas, the home is an extension of its environment, adapting to its dryness. Outside entertaining is almost a given with the dining and lounging spaces overlooking the saltwater, stone-edged pool and sea. Surrounding these areas is landscaping that’s indigenous to the area, combined with olive trees, fig trees, carob trees, lavender, thyme, rosemary and cactus – all of which you’re likely to discover in the gardens of Formentera.