In 1972, Danish architect Jørn Utzon (best known as the architect of the extravagant Sydney Opera House in Australia) decided to build his family a summer home on a low cliff near Porto Petro in the southernmost part of Mallorca, Spain. His own home could not be more different in scale and style from his public commissions. Join us for a tour of “Can Lis,” named after Utzon’s wife, Lis.
Photography by Torben Eskerod, courtesy of The Utzon Foundation.
N.B.: This post is an update; it was first published May 2017.
See Danica’s own home in An Artful Casita from a New Yorker in Mallorca, Spain. And for more inspiration from Spain, see:
- Outdoor Furniture: Stylish Seating Made from Recycled Sailcloth in Spain
- 10 Garden Ideas to Steal from Spain
- An Architect’s Indoor-Outdoor Dreamscape in Mallorca, Spain
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