Collection by Paige Alexus

The Vivid Colors and Textures of Luis Barragán

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Straight out of Mexico, Luis Barragán was one of the most influential designers of the 20th century—and created a distinct aesthetic that many came to describe as an "International Style." His work with color, texture, light, and geometry is unmistakable.

Spanish-inflected pieces on display at Luis Barragán's San Cristóbal ranch in Mexico City.
Spanish-inflected pieces on display at Luis Barragán's San Cristóbal ranch in Mexico City.
Cuadra San Cristóbal...
Luis Barragan, Satélite Towers, Mexico City, 1957-58 © Armando Salas Portugal; Barragan Foundation / Bildrecht, Wien,...
Discovered via the Bassam Fellows Journal Casa Gilardi...
Casa Luis Barragn terrace...
Cuadra San Cristóba//Egerström House, Los Clubes, Mexico City, 1966-68 © Armando Salas Portugal, Barragan Foundation...
Discovered via the Bassam Fellows Journal; Casa Luis Barragán...
Barragan House, Mexico City, 1948; Photo © Barragan Foundation, Birsfelden, Switzerland/ProLitteris, Zurich...
Fuente de los Amantes, Mexico City, Mexico, 1968.
Luis Barragon; via...
Cuadra San Cristobal, Mexico City, Mexico, 1968.
Casa Barragan; Image discovered via Flickr User LrBln...
Fuente de los Amantes; Photo via Flickr User...
San Cristobal Stables via...
Luis Barragon; via...
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