Written by Philip Jodidio, Contribution by Michael Webb, Foreword by Paolo Lenti
A lavish volume on the stunning interiors and houses of this award-winning design and architecture firm, best known for its exceptional craftsmanship and refined sophistication drawn from the founders' Mexican heritage.
Ezequiel Farca and Cristina Grappin challenge stereotypes and think globally, designing luxury vacation homes in Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, and Cancun, Mexico, and more recently Southern California and Europe. Their studio focuses on creating holistic spaces, which are a perfect blend of timeless design and comfortable functionality, using natural materials and elegant details. Understated luxury is a common theme of their residential interiors, with custom-designed furnishings and artisanal pieces sourced from around the world and an emphasis on serenity, simple forms, and a soft, warm palette. Featured are more than sixteen residential and commercial projects, presented up close and with plans, including a mezcal bar located in a landmark building in Oaxaca; a Venice Beach town house designed for the owners' private art collection; and interiors and design of a Benetti Crystal luxury yacht. An interview with Michael Webb reveals the architects' thought processes and influences
About The Author
Philip Jodidio has written over one hundred books on contemporary architecture and art, including Tadao Ando: Houses, Steven Holl: Seven Houses, and I. M. Pei: Complete Works for Rizzoli. Michael Webb, Hon. AIA/LA, is an artist and professor of architecture who writes on architecture, design, and travel. Paola Lenti is founder of her own company, Paola Lenti, located in Meda, near Milan.