Exif_JPEG_PICTUREI underline the study of color above all.

Luis Barragàn
Architect Luis Barragan (1902 – 1988) was not afraid of color.  In fact he liked color in huge expanses and interesting patterns, all juxtaposed with shifting angles and light. He was a man of magenta and cobalt blue, adobe walls, lattices of warm summer yellow, sunset pink alcoves, all on a grand architectural scale.  His vivid sensuous color, space and utilization of light was a bold mix of Mexican and European style born of his well traveled life.



Tacubaya district, Casa Barragàn, Mexico City

casa_luis_barragan_alr_1191bThe three days #sensetheplace workshop will start in the heart of Tacubaya district in front of an architecture masterpiece, the Casa Barràgan, a fantastic setup for a project like this. Feelings are already impressive, there is a great sense of color around this area. Thanks to Arqms Studio and Fundarqmx Studio and to the Casa Barragàn Foundation we will settle here to deeply discover the characteristic of this area.

Casa Barragàn