what a pink outdoor wall can do

still and company

still and company

Spotted at Still + Company’s website: a fab pink wall outdoors. Wonder where it is?   We’re told it’s Luis Barrigan’s. We didn’t recognize it, though we’ve written about him, smitten, in the past. Check out Our Lesson in Pink.

Wonder why there aren’t more pink walls around?


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5 Responses to what a pink outdoor wall can do

  1. BARRY BRIGGS 07.11.2013 at 7:56pm #

    This wall was designed by Luis Barragan, a Mexican architect whose masterful use of form and color makes me want to move south.

  2. Sally 07.11.2013 at 9:42pm #

    Thanks so much for the info AND the link. Although I’ve written about him, and am smitten, I didn’t remember this wall. Should have known.

  3. Elizabeth 07.11.2013 at 11:07pm #

    OOOOOOOOO–I love it.

  4. Carlo O'Higgins 07.12.2013 at 11:21am #

    Who knew that a rectangular box could be so beautiful?

  5. Shanna 07.12.2013 at 4:49pm #

    Oh, I love Barragan! I have this book, and I reference it often: http://is.gd/nid8d6 (not an aff. link), Viva Mexico, Viva pink! 🙂

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