2018 / Client:    Pirwi    / Ceramics / Project assistant: Lucas Elizondo   Architect Luis Barragán had a profound esteem and fascination for horses. They influenced his work and were the central axis for some of his most valued projects. In the houses and haciendas he built, Barragán always made sure to have the presence of these beautiful animals. Horses represent Mexico with elegance in its history and its traditions. This ceramic horse, with its continuous silhouette and earthy texture, is a symbol of tradition with a contemporary language.

2018 / Client: Pirwi / Ceramics / Project assistant: Lucas Elizondo

Architect Luis Barragán had a profound esteem and fascination for horses. They influenced his work and were the central axis for some of his most valued projects. In the houses and haciendas he built, Barragán always made sure to have the presence of these beautiful animals. Horses represent Mexico with elegance in its history and its traditions. This ceramic horse, with its continuous silhouette and earthy texture, is a symbol of tradition with a contemporary language.

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  2018 / Client:    Pirwi    / Ceramics / Project assistant: Lucas Elizondo   Architect Luis Barragán had a profound esteem and fascination for horses. They influenced his work and were the central axis for some of his most valued projects. In the houses and haciendas he built, Barragán always made sure to have the presence of these beautiful animals. Horses represent Mexico with elegance in its history and its traditions. This ceramic horse, with its continuous silhouette and earthy texture, is a symbol of tradition with a contemporary language.
DSC_7691.jpg
DSC_7693.jpg
DPP_3355c.jpg
DPP_3338 copy2.jpg
DPP_3327.jpg
DPP_3329.jpg
proceso-caballos_17.jpg
proceso-caballos_90.jpg
proceso-caballos_47.jpg

2018 / Client: Pirwi / Ceramics / Project assistant: Lucas Elizondo

Architect Luis Barragán had a profound esteem and fascination for horses. They influenced his work and were the central axis for some of his most valued projects. In the houses and haciendas he built, Barragán always made sure to have the presence of these beautiful animals. Horses represent Mexico with elegance in its history and its traditions. This ceramic horse, with its continuous silhouette and earthy texture, is a symbol of tradition with a contemporary language.

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