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A two-part gathering space has a sly reference to Yucatán ingenuity 

Marilyn Rogers, who passed away in August, was someone who loved cooking and catering. She could be found hosting...

Casa Desnuda: Taller Estilo architects in their own home

The starting point at Casa Desnuda, or Naked House in English, is a bare rectangular block. There are lots...

García Ginerés, a classic neighborhood with a dash of international flavor

García Ginerés is one of Mérida’s oldest neighborhoods outside the downtown core. For the past couple of decades, Mérida’s...

4 tips to consider before building on Yucatán’s Gulf coast

Few things are as enjoyable as a terrace overlooking the sea. But when it comes to maintaining that view...

An unbelievable oasis awaits in the heart of bustling Centro Histórico

Get away from it all just two blocks from Mérida’s main square.  But you need a real casona — a...

Workshop Architects: The balance between history and modernity

Fabián Gutiérrez met Francisco Bernés while they were both studying architecture in UADY, the state university of Yucatán. After spending some time abroad in Austria, and through their shared influences, they started designing together. 

Botánica Alfabeta — Flowers are this photographer’s hidden talent

Weddings took up most of Fabrizio’s time, until the pandemic halted all social events. Then, as most anxious personalities did, he turned back into his hobbies to find purpose and inspiration.

El Pinar: Colonial pink mystery on Calle 60

After being seemingly abandoned for some time, its 2020 for-sale announcement reawakened curiosity for the building.

Uayma is an architectural gem in Yucatán’s east

The town is well known for its beautifully adorned 17th-century church but is not frequented by many tourists.

Casa Desnuda: Taller Estilo architects in their own home

The starting point at Casa Desnuda, or Naked House...

Deborah LaChapelle masters the art of conjuring cloud-like hues that look ready to float away  

After two decades in Mérida, her homes are among the most distinctive around. They are richly styled, embrace available materials and connect to their surroundings.

At Binomio Taller, everything is in harmony

Architects started work on Casa Encanto before the property is even purchased.

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A two-part gathering space has a sly reference to Yucatán ingenuity 

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Jardín Baldío: Yucatán is growing wonderful food. Here’s where to enjoy it.

Jardín Baldío is a curated gastronomic experience featuring guest chefs, unique musical selections, and an ambiance that suits the theme of each event. 

Entertaining at home: Simple and festive Yucatán-inspired tablescapes

Here are some nearby shops to make your tabletop pop.

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Most backyards in Mérida are open spaces, meaning furniture is exposed to the elements, such as the sun and the rain. These are some of the most important conditions to consider when choosing a new lounge set.

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A two-part gathering space has a sly reference to Yucatán ingenuity 

Marilyn Rogers, who passed away in August, was someone...

García Ginerés, a classic neighborhood with a dash of international flavor

García Ginerés is one of Mérida’s oldest neighborhoods outside...

An international couple in Mérida finds harmony through color, symmetry, and art

Both Benjamín and Ross, originally from Mexico City and Pennsylvania, respectively, are great art lovers, a fact that is immediately evident when entering their foyer.

A new ranch house in Yucatán powered by high and low tech solutions

Long before social distancing became a thing, Marc Olson...

Ermita Park– The start of the original road to Campeche

Its yellow church, French cobblestone streets, and botanical garden are testimony of the passing of time throughout the capital.
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Casa Quadro: A chef’s kitchen inside, and Mérida’s top restaurants around the corner

This turnkey modern house in Mérida's popular Santa Ana neighborhood has everything covered

Jaw-dropping extravagance at every turn in this private Itzimná sanctuary

A rare, artisanal retreat beckons on a quiet street in Mérida.

Gated community home in Dzitya

This luxury home is on a very private gated community 2 minutes from the Periferico ring, 5 minutes from Liverpool, 10 minutes from Altabrisa mall.
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