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Video: peek inside Luis Barragán’s final house design

The house Barragán came out of retirement to design The archives of famed Mexican architect Luis Barragán may be notoriously closed off to the public, but the built works of the modernist are ever ready to be admired. In a new short film from Nowness, the latest in a series of videos documenting designer homes, we get a peek inside Barragán ’s final house design: the 1975 Casa Gilardi in Mexico City, created for ad agency partners Martin Luque and Pancho Gilardi.
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