At home with Timmy Coles-Liddle
Timmy Coles-Liddle has always had an eye for design. It was always his dream to find a house with historic architecture, add contemporary touches to it and create a completely unique aesthetic. After two years of searching for the perfect house, Timmy and his partner Luigi finally found the ideal candidate: a dilapidated 500-year-old residential farmhouse in the pristine north of Ibiza. Although the house originally had no windows or doors, it was the soul of the house that spoke to Timmy and inspired him to embark on the journey to extraordinary creation.
When they began designing the kitchen, Timmy knew he wanted to use modern appliances so that it would create an elegant and functional space that contrasts with the sixteenth-century architecture. When they used to be in London, Timmy and Luigi would always walk past the Gaggenau showroom on Wigmore Street and try to imagine what the result would be if they contrasted those sleek, black appliances with an old, stone house. As they began the kitchen renovation, the duo hoped to use Gaggenau to complement their unique space.