SOL - At home in Mallorca


In this gorgeous interiors hardback SOL: At Home In Mallorca, author Nic Holden takes you inside fifteen beautiful properties in her adopted home of the Balearic Islands in Spain. 

The sun-drenched Mediterranean paradise is having a design moment with a new wave of design talent fostering a nostalgic respect for tradition. The stunning houses and lush gardens traverse the rustic and the contemporary, the vibrant and neutral, the beach and the mountains.

Perfect for readers who love
Still: The Slow Home (by Natalie Walton), this book features stunning photographs by Lucia Gorostegui alongside intimate interviews with the architects, designers and residents.

SOL: At Home In Mallorca is a window into Spanish life that captures the essence of la vida mallorquina.

About the author

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Nic Holden is an artist and designer from New Zealand who lives in Mallorca, Spain, with her two

children. Her journey in design and architecture began as a teen, when her family decided

to build their home out of earth brick. As a curious teen, the process of making their own

air-dried earth bricks, and then seeing those bricks come together to form a house, left

a lasting impression. Holden would go on to study architecture, interiors, furniture and

lighting. She worked for many years as a design lecturer and practitioner, before pivoting

to innovation, startups, and human-centred design, consulting for large companies.

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