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Can Palmer by Moredesign

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Architects: Moredesign

Pictures by Greg Cox/Bureaux

Styling: Tille del Negro

Can Palmer was a hidden jewel, a small house with a great location that didn’t´t stand out. We and our clients saw immediately a great potential in the property. We planned an extension of the house to double its size and renovated completely the existing property, but even most important, we were given the opportunity to redesign completely the landscape to integrate the house and create an outstanding property both inside and outside, blurring the limits between landscaping and architecture, conceiving both at the same time and with the same passion.



All images courtesy of Moredesign


Moredesign is an Office for Mediterranean Architecture, based in Deia, Mallorca, offering services in the fields of architecture, design and landscaping.   Founded by Oro del Negro, and Manuel Villanueva, Mordesign fuses a contemporary design approach with a revision of traditional practices and construction methods.

Oro del Negro & Manuel Villanueva

Oro del Negro, (1977) Design director, has vast experience in Mallorquian vernacular construction and is the creative force behind groundbreaking international  projects.

Manuel Villanueva (1977), Architecture director, has worked for major international architecture firms before founding Moredesign, such as Jean Nouvel, Herzog de Meuron and OMA.


/ Office / Deià / Mallorca / Spain /

C/ Porxo 9, Deia 07179

Islas Baleares, España

Tlf: 971 636 365

Click for link to map

Manuel Villanueva   Architecture Director

+34 687 830 338

Oro del Negro    Design Director

+34 699 768 663




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