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Around the time Newell Turner parted ways with a prominent New York City magazine publisher, he started working on a hefty book that would...
This morning in Josefina Larraín Lagos’ own home, which she designed with architect husband Salvador Reyes, serenity would be a struggle for most people. Men...
Many design ideas and techniques are available nowadays to beautify the interiors of a space surrounded by four walls. However, the most mesmerizing concept...
Architect Carlos de la Barrera is well known in Mérida for projects that blur the line between interior and exterior and challenge established ways of doing things locally.
Juan Pablo Titore has long loved bringing life back to vintage furniture through the art of restoration
Over the past few years, Jorge has become an inspiration to scores of people in Mexico and abroad.
Two young women from Yucatán took second and third place at a national facemask design competition called "Por todos, úsalo bien." The contest was organized...
As Oscar night approaches, the 'Roma' star is dressed by Yucatecan designer David Salomón.
A young woman from Merida has put her design talent and business skills to work to promote Mexico's distinctly beautiful textiles.
The hotel zone's Porfirian granddaddy was a little stuck in time. The owners hired a Merida-born designer to correct that.
The fusion between the modern and the antique, and colonial and eclectic, were on full public view at one of Fundación BAI's most anticipated fundraisers.
Cuban-American artist Jorge Pardo and his colorful Centro home are featured in Architectural Digest, one of the most respected shelter magazines in the U.S.
The Olympics' flag ceremony is over, but the parade of notable costumes is still on if Mexico's ski delegation has anything to say about it.
Two interior designers' homes, part of this year's Showcase of Homes tour, exhibit contrasting responses to living in the tropics.
Since Nordika's design showroom came to town, the romance of tropical Mexico has played well with the venerable, cool beauties from Denmark.
Annie Kelly and Tim Street-Porter's next book focuses on cutting-edge residential design on the Yucatán Peninsula. Here is an excerpt.