The Casa Estudio de Frida Kahlo, designed by Juan O’Gorman between 1929 and 1931 in Mexico City, is a notable example of functionalist architecture in Latin America. This house-studio complex was created for the iconic Mexican artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. O'Gorman, a pioneer of functionalism in Mexico, designed the building with a focus on simplicity, practicality, and integration with the natural environment. The complex consists of two separate structures, connected by a walkway: a vivid blue house for Kahlo and a red and white studio-house for Rivera. The use of bold colors reflects traditional Mexican architecture, while the building's clean lines and utilitarian design illustrate the influence of modernism. The Casa Estudio, apart from being a residence, served as a creative sanctuary for Kahlo and Rivera, playing a significant role in their artistic lives and the cultural landscape of 20th-century Mexico.
Printed on 310gsm Giclée Hahnemühle German Etching
- 30x45 cm (12x18 inches) is a limited edition of 100
- 40x60 cm (16x24 inches) is a limited edition of 50
- 50x75 cm (20x30 inches) is a limited edition of 25
For all limited editions a certificate of authenticity is included
Also available as a poster at pstrstudio.com