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Luis Barragan is important for modern interiors. He uses elements of color schemes and light to manipulate and redefine planes and interior space. The use of color is important, because it changes interiors, as a result of human perception.

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The UCSF Mission Bay Campus Community Center is a design by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, the Praemium Imperiale laureate in architecture for Photo: Jack Wolf

luis barragan. Arquitectura acabats remolinats Revestiments arrebossats vasts bjad.

By Mexican architect Luis Barragan - Arquitectura acabats remolinats Revestiments arrebossats vasts bjad.

College of Santa Fé in USA / Legorreta + Legorreta (c) Lourdes Legorreta

Barragán style College of Santa Fé in USA / Legorreta + Legorreta (c) Lourdes Legorreta

Luis Barragán - Vitra Design Museum

The Work of Mexican Architect Luis Barragán - Beautiful Colour, Form, Composition + Proportion.

Mexican Modernist architect, Luis Barragan (1902 - 1988), one of the most influential architects of the 20th century, known for his mastery of color, water, space, and light--

Luis Barragán, Barragán House, Mexico City, Mexico, 1948 in Architecture

Barragan - the man was a magician with colour

Luis Barragan and this Mexican blue. Amazing and unforgettable


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Caudra San Christobál stables, Luis Barragan, pink, water, light

Caudra San Christobál stables, designed in 1966 Mexican architect Luis Barragán

Luis Barragán. Mexico. 1980 Pritzker Prize. (Holds cover on Architecture of Happiness)

Luis Barragán /Luis Ramiro Barragán Morfín/ (Mexico) has received the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1980

By Ricardo Legorreta

The colors! The design! Thank you architect Ricardo Legorreta in Mexico

Ricardo Legorreta, architect

Ricardo Legorreta, a disciple of Luis Barragán, applied elements of Barragan's architecture in his work including bright colors, play of light and shadow, and solid Platonic geometric shapes.

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