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Luis Barragan

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A retrospective of the work of Mexican architect Luis Barragan will start next month at the Design Museum in London. Barragan's architecture was a Mexican take on European Modernism and the exhibition will feature his houses, ranches and stables - all in his home country. But Barragan also worked on some large architectural sculptures, such as the Torres Satelite, 1957 (pictured) which formed a 57m tall entrance to Ciudad Satelite, a town on the outskirts of Mexico City. The exhibition runs from 9 March until 8 July.

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