This contemporary building visually occupies the five-acre parcel of land. Two parallel concrete sails create a noise and visual barrier to the west. A steep stairway stands between the two walls, rising to a rooftop terrace that gives way to a spectacular view to the south and the Atlas Mountains on a clear day. Large heights, flowing and open spaces, a play on shadow and light: the house spans the landscape. Images courtesy of Jean-Marie Monthiers.
Quintessentially Villas proudly presents one of Corsica’s hidden gems, Villa Luna. Perched on a quiet hillside surrounded by stunning scenery and unrivaled sea views, Villa Luna offers the best of both worlds with the cosmopolitan town of Porto Vecchio and its vast array of restaurants, bars and boutiques only a short drive away. Offering something […]