Luis Ramiro Barragán Morfín was a leading Mexican architect.
A modernist, influenced by the Bauhaus movement, but also by Le Corbusier, whom he met during his travels.
His house and studio is on the list of World Heritage.
Barragán was a master at using many colors in small spaces.
One of his most coveted works include Cuadra San Cristobal, a horse ranch he built for a friend in the 1970s.
(source: dezeen, pinterest, vogue)