The Casa Bauza Uses Simple Designs to Complement the Environment

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: mlacomba & letmebeinspired
If using the word "casa" as opposed to home instantly makes an abode seem cooler, then mission accomplished to this Casa Bauza design. This architecturally inclined abode was designed by architect Miguel Angel Lacomba and rests cliffside in Mallorca, an island in the Mediterranean Sea.

When illuminated, the Casa Bauza appears even more spectacular than it does during the daylight, as the lighted interior just seems to bounce off the abundance of clean, white lines. This would make for a spectacular summer home or year-round paradise for the rich and famous!

Implications - Just as consumers focus heavily on products themselves, they also care deeply about where and when their product purchases can be used. Companies who hope to appeal to modern consumers should be conscious that a majority of current consumer purchases go hand and hand with outdoor leisure activities, making these products lucrative investments for companies.

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