Monday, July 10, 2017


Summer still life. Have a wonderful week.

(via abundance)

Mexico Modern

A ruined seventeenth century hacienda in the Mexican jungle of Yucatan is now a stunning mix of Mayan culture and modern design, thanks to the inspired vision of sculptor Jorge Pardo. Asked to be part of a project by Mexican banker Roberto Hernandez and his wife Claudia Madrazo to purchase ancient haciendas (in order to protect the remains of Mayan culture), Pardo opted for the most dilapidated one, to have the most creative freedom. Working with his team and local craftsmen, Pardo spent six years making what is essentially an artwork you can live in. Magical. More here on AD France.

(photography by martyn thompson)
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