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How an Abandoned Hacienda in Mrida Turned Into a Luxurious Second Home

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10.8.15

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  • New Classics
    On Tuesday, October 13, join the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art at Waterworks Kitchen for a book signing with architect and author Phillip James Dodd. In the book, An Ideal Collaboration: The Art of Classical Details, Dodd explores the works of contemporary classical architects like Quinlan Terry, Robert Adam, Hugh Petter, and Julian Bicknell. More  ›
  • Winners Circle
    Check in with this year’s winners of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award on Tuesday, October 13, at the National Museum of the American Indian. Commune creative director Roman Alonso, Stephen Burks Man Made studio founder Stephen Burks, threeASFOUR designer Adi Gil, and Oblong Industries founder John Underkoffler will discuss their design inspirations. More  ›
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    Catch the 7 train to the Queens Museum for Architectural Landscapes: SEA in the Forefront, a group exhibition that features ten new-media artists from Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Singapore, all exploring how local architecture is transformed by urbanization. More  ›
Design Hunting

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The Accidental Hacienda

Designer Laura Kirar and her husband stumbled on this abandoned factory near Mérida and are now building a compound in the jungle. See More ›


Behind the dining table is woven furniture designed by Kirar.

In the bedroom, the embroidered sheets are Kirar’s designs.

The view toward the pool and two-bedroom pool house.

The Best Bet

The Abstract Side Table

Add a little neoplasticism to your entryway with this geometric wooden piece from the Future Perfect; it comes in American black walnut or European ash. More  ›

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