The Old Town in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, is a unique mixture of historic manor houses and modern constructions, all built between the 13th and 18th centuries with Gothic, Islamic, Renaissance and Baroque influences.
GRAS projects in the Old Town give a new life to these buildings while keeping the essence of their original structure and highlighting the elements that make these buildings so peculiar and timeless.
Lalia is a new members' club and a private workspace in the heart of Palma, in the Plaza de Santa Eulalia, just opposite the church of the same name. A building with soul. It is a unique concept, originally from Stockholm and developed by House by Sanz, founded to provide intellectual and social nourishment to the members, offering a unique space to work and meet.
Take a look at CLUB MOREI .
Portella Gardens are 4 houses set around a unique garden at Palma de Mallorca Old town. A secret garden at the Can Formiguera-Can Serra Building. A place full of history and tradition that gets a new and final push.
Take a look at PORTELLA GARDENS .
La Portella, a new hotel in the old town, an eclectic combination of a traditional Palma house with Venetian and Moorish influences, result of the 1985 intervention in the house by the previous owner, the reputed Spanish painter Joaquín Torrents, an enthusiast of Venetian architecture and of the Moorish style so typical from Venice.
This restoration project puts in value the original traces of the building, mostly the patio and the circulation and connection between the different spaces.
Take a look at LA PORTELLA .