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Pedro Friedeberg - Elle Decor

Pedro Friedeberg - Elle Decor

THIS ARTIST’S JAM-PACKED MEXICO CITY TOWNHOUSE IS PURE BLISS

Pedro Friedeberg, the sly designer behind the iconic 1960s Hand chair, lives in this high-spirited home.

BY ELISABETH MALKIN
jam packed room with hand chair in foreground
Michel Figuet

I love objects,” declares the Mexican artist and designer Pedro Friedeberg. “Especially rare objects, strange objects, kitsch objects.”

That fascination has filled every inch of his townhouse in Mexico City’s central Roma district, which is the stage for his exuberant and eccentric presence. In a warren of rooms elongated by mirrors, he displays his unsettling geometric drawings, architectural models of impossible towers, and the subversive furniture for which he is known alongside the collections that feed those visions.

 

Source: https://www.elledecor.com/design-decorate/house-interiors/a33337877/pedro-friedeberg-townhouse-mexico-city/

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