There is no need to hire a designer, because knowing the basics you can do it by yourself, creating a beautiful interior, warm and stylish.
Sharing with you what we believe are the most outstanding Mexican culture traditions
Dualidad is a pictorial piece reproduced as a mural created by Rufino in 1964. This piece can be admired today in the Museo Nacional de Antropologia Mexico City, the most emblematic museum of Mexico.
Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo Calderón, better known as Frida Kahlo, was born on July 6th of 1907 in Mexico City. There is a lot to tell about this iconic woman. One of the most famous mexican painters, her life has a lot of ups and downs.
After being exiled from Mexico due to his political thinking, David Alfaro Siqueiros came to Los Angeles for six months. During this short period of time he finished 3 murals. The most outstanding was America tropical. David Siqueiros, just like other muralist of the time, had communist ideals and he...
He was a Mexican composer, violinist, and orchestra director, considered one of the most influential musicians of all time in Mexico. Revueltas started as a violinist and orchestra director, his composition artwork was developed quite late in his career, in the early 30’s, most likely influenced by Carlos Chavez, who was assisted by Silvestre between 1929 and 1935.
The famous Mexican muralist was contracted by Nelson Rockefeller in the 30’s to create a mural for the Rockefeller Center in New York. The masterpiece was not finished because Rivera included Lenin in it, this caused the rejection of the Rockefeller family and they decided to destroy the mural.
Not too many people know the Chocolate comes originally from Mexico. One hypothesis says that Chocolate comes from the Nahuatl “Xocolatl” that means literally “Sour water”.
Each color has a unique impact in the atmosphere. Yellow is a cheerful color, brighten up the spaces and makes them feel warmer and lighter.
The rhythm in the music and the rhythm in the interior design works in similar ways. Let us think in the rhythm of a song and the repetitive elements of a room.
For many years the majority of Mexican designers denied the reality that crushes us today. Mexican design is not only vivid colors, indigenous shapes, wrestlers, or the lady of Guadalupe. Mexican design is an expression form with high content of concept. It is a language of a nation with a unique identity.