Nestled in the heart of one of Mexico City's oldest quarters, Coyoacán, photographer Graciela Iturbide's airy, eclectic home feels like a cabinet of curiosities. Perhaps most curious of all, however, is that the home was designed by her son, architect Mauricio Rocha at age twenty-five. A tender love letter to the creative habits of his legendary mom, the workshop slash residential space is a celebration of art, love, and life.
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Photo: Pablo López Luz and Rafael Gamo for AD Italia