Central cooking area with suspended hood, induction plates, pyrolytic oven, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and dining area for 6. All in one. In addition, 2 stools to seat at the cooking area while someone is cooking…; stools were designed in 1950 by Bertoia, who at that time began to experiment bending metal to get this timeless piece.
You will find the operating manuals for each appliance inside the drawer above the refrigerator; however, we have tried to buy easily handled appliances, just as the ones you use at your own home. The wooden door at the back of the kitchen takes you to a protected clothesline area, where you can line your laundry to dry. Please remember to close the door with key if you leave.
The dining chairs are an inspired Tulip design from 1958 (Eero Saarinen); you should also had found a marble Tulip table, but unfortunately it broke during its shipment to Lanzarote and we bought the glass one you see because the provider did not want to overtake the risk of a second shipment for such a valuable and delicate piece. 1958 is also the design year of the Artischoke- lamp of Poul Henningsen at the dining room. The room is completed with a tribute to the people who, over the years, inspired us. Thanks to them we are who we are and we like what we like ….
A last reference: All micro-cement decoration at the house, including the sinks at the bathrooms, was handmade by the local artist José Antonio Fontes, who during many years worked together with Cesar Manrique. We owe him a lot of inspiration … and to Sendo, Alexis, Valeriano ….