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El Bazaar Sabado – Mexico City

Mexico City’s Bazaar Sabato has been humming since 1960, yes, as a weekend destination for the the tourists!  
The entire area is lovely to walk around, with cobblestone streets, colonial houses beautifully kept full of color and happiness :)

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Chic By Accident – CDMX

A gallery, a workshop, a studio – where the juxtaposition of traditional Mexican folk objects combines with antiques and mid century exquisite objects. A multi faceted life envisioned by French antiques dealer and decorator Emmanuel Picault.

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Estela de Luz – Mexico City

To honor Mexico’s 200th year of independence from Spain, an open competition produced the impressive Estela de Luz. . The winning design by architect César Pérez Becerril consists of 1,700 panels of  translucent quartz designed on a 104 meters height structure.  It is a real marvel, this ‘Pillar of Light’. . César Pérez in conjunction with Austrian Robert Müller, devised a special engineered material that expands the… Read More

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Celeste House – CDMX

Envisioned in 2010 by Celeste Magazine editor Vanesa Fernández and her husband artist Aldo Chaparro this amazing gallery lives in a very chic 1940s house restored by Productora Architects.  The result is a truly amazing job – specifically the ingenious placement of the cement tiles and the design of a modernist Vienna coffee shop The house is located in the Anzures neighborhood of Mexico City, a lovely area where… Read More