Ibermaison Architecture, Home and Design

The mountains and the wind enter even into my room in summer
Paul Klee expressed it so perfectly. “One eye sees, the other feels”. As applied to the home, Ibermaison philosophy is a way of arriving closer to the essence of things, through a double movement which involves both seeing and feeling.
Its way of focusing on the interiors is much more than a passing fancy without substance. It is something much more profound. It represents a whole new way of observing. Seen from the point of view of our soul, understood within a certain state of mind, focusing on our intimate spaces, or the gardens which surround us (and invade us) is inevitable and essential.
Ibermaison philosophy shows us that in order to reach a profound, lasting peace, we have to rid ourselves of negative attitudes and forget gloomy emotions. For this reason, we focus our attention only on the present moment and through this awareness of our daily actions, we learn to do away with the unessential. The same applies to the inside of a house. By emphasizing simplicity, harmony, purity and naturalness, Ibermaison gives to the spaces, that we inhabit, a clean, contagious humility which works as an antidote against everything which is too formal, ostensive, charged and artificial.
The ambience reflects and, at the time, inspires a mental state full of peace. We shape the interiors which surround us, just as the interiors shape our spirit (“I am the space where I am”). The awakened, illuminated mind is an empty mirror which reflects all things with perfection and replies to all things appropriately. We know that our concept of architecture blends the boundaries between exterior and interior. Even in enclosed spaces, the screens and sliding doors bring versatility and fluidity to the different areas of the house and light becomes a honoured guest.
Openness, light and flexibility are thus the key elements of these spaces. Empty spaces, spaces filled with silence only, where the spirit is free to emerge. Spaces, too, where we learn to listen to our senses and to build bridges between the surroundings and ourselves, between our very essence and ourselves.
The dimensions are spacious, but welcoming in their absolute transparency. Just as a garden recreates natural universes in miniature, so an interior space incorporates elements of nature. As Mies van der Rohe said “God is in detail”.