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As the good weather arrives and smells good in summer, the editorial staff of Muuuz reveals its favorite holiday homes to you for dreaming of future trips. 

Cuadra San Cristóbal ranch by Luis Barragán, Mexico
Becoming internationally famous, the Cuadra San Cristóbal ranch is known for its fuchsia pink walls, its bold geometric volume and its large turquoise body of water. Built in the late 1960s for the Egerstrom family, this graphic ranch open to nature continues to fascinate.

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On the Rocks by David Tajchman, France
Inspired by the aerodynamics of the owner's car and the seaside site on which his latest project takes place, the French architect David Tajchman imagines a curving residence overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. A spectacular achievement that fits into a complex environment.

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Ca l'Amo de Marià Castelló, Spain
The Ca l'Amo holiday home, designed by the studio Marià Castelló, sits in an idyllic clearing in the Ibiza countryside. The residence consists of five similar, but separate rectangular volumes. The first three entities house the living spaces reserved for the family and the fourth is an independent accommodation dedicated to welcoming guests, while the fifth acts as a shaded terrace. Between the houses and the terrace is a swimming pool, where the view of the surrounding mountains and forests is breathtaking.

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Villa Casa Vara by Caprini & Pellerin architects, France
Doing honor to Mediterranean culture in a contemporary design? Bet accepted for the French agency Caprini & Pellerin - Cannes duo composed of Kevin Caprini and Jerry Pellerin -, which signs a solar villa on the Côte d'Azur, inspired by both vernacular architecture and Californian works. Result? A building as luxurious as it is rustic in which one could well spend a few vacations.

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Es Bec d'Aguila from Atelier du Pont, Spain
Installed on the island of Menorca, in the Balearic Islands, a couple undertakes the crazy bet of rehabilitating a typical finca of the region into a charming guest house. To carry out this project, Benedicta and her husband call on the Parisian firm Atelier du Pont, who imagines a contemporary residence with Mediterranean accents responding to the sweet name of Es Bec d'Aguila.

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