Salk Institute - Building by Louis Kahn / Courtyard by Luis Barragan - La Jolla, California

Salk Institute - Building by Louis Kahn / Courtyard by Luis Barragan - La Jolla, California

Salk Institute - Building by Louis Kahn / Courtyard by Luis Barragan - La Jolla, California

Salk Institute - Building by Louis Kahn / Courtyard by Luis Barragan - La Jolla, California

Selected Works: Luis Barragán | The Pritzker Architecture Prize

Selected Works: Luis Barragán | The Pritzker Architecture Prize

Luis Ramiro Barragán Morfín (March 9, 1902 – November 22, 1988) was a Mexican architect. He studied as an engineer in his home town, while undertaking the entirety of additional coursework to obtain the title of architect.[1]

Finding Mexico City, and Luis Barragán, Again

Luis Ramiro Barragán Morfín (March 9, 1902 – November 22, 1988) was a Mexican architect. He studied as an engineer in his home town, while undertaking the entirety of additional coursework to obtain the title of architect.[1]


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Admiring the bold color blocking created on the exterior surfaces of this residence in Legorreta, Spain. The interior is painted in a more neutral palette with the exterior colors repeated with discretion. You can see more images of this house on the website, 1st Option, a UK location sourcing company.

Admiring the bold color blocking created on the exterior surfaces of this residence in Legorreta, Spain. The interior is painted in a more neutral palette with the exterior colors repeated with discretion. You can see more images of this house on the website, 1st Option, a UK location sourcing company.

LUIS BARRAGÁN, LAS ARBOLEDAS MEXICO CITY 1962: "i don't divide architecture, landscape and gardening; to me they are one."

LUIS BARRAGÁN, LAS ARBOLEDAS MEXICO CITY 1962: "i don't divide architecture, landscape and gardening; to me they are one."

Caudra San Christobál stables, Luis Barragan, pink, water, light

Caudra San Christobál stables, Luis Barragan, pink, water, light

1950: The entrance courtyard of Luis Barragán’s Casa Prieto López in El Pedregal, Mexico City

1950: The entrance courtyard of Luis Barragán’s Casa Prieto López in El Pedregal, Mexico City

Beautiful Barragán.       “Barragán has had a profound influence not only on three generations of     Mexican architects, but many more throughout the world. In his     acceptance of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, he said, ‘It is     impossible to understand art and the glory of its history w

Luis Barragán - 'Beauty, inspiration, magic...'

Beautiful Barragán. “Barragán has had a profound influence not only on three generations of Mexican architects, but many more throughout the world. In his acceptance of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, he said, ‘It is impossible to understand art and the glory of its history w

AD Classics: Casa Barragan / Luis Barragan - ©Rene Burri

AD Classics: Casa Barragan / Luis Barragan

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