Endless summer

16 . 07 . 21

A renowned art dealer’s vacation home in Ibiza, in white lime and chestnut wood, with spectacular sunsets featured in Architectural Digest.

Sabina development Rolf Blakstad
Nicola Carignani


The centuries old tradition of whitewashed stone with chestnut beams continues in a villa designed by architect Rolf Blakstad, selected by London-based art dealer Simon Lee, his wife Carine, and their three children from 50 luxury properties of Sabina Estates, a sort of “playground” for adults (and kids) where building management and gardening are handled by the developers.

The house is on the southwest coast of Ibiza and obeys four (family) rules for the ideal home: space, simplicity, light, views of mountains or the sea.

An additional feature sealed the choice of this summer residence: the Sabina Clubhouse, open only to members, with fitness gear, tennis courts, a nightclub, and a gourmet restaurant run by the former chef of Noma, Shahar Tamir.