Friday, 4 June 2010

Artist's Home in Córdoba

It's my pleasure to invite you to see this house located among the hills in La Cumbre, Córdoba, a province in Argentina. Built in the 1920s it's original owner was an Englishman who then sold it to a group of French nuns who lived in it for 60 years and turned it into a place both for prayer and to care for the sick as the area is well known for its prodigal climate. The nuns were relocated 14 years ago and artist Carlos Martín bought and renovated the house taking care to preserve its style but adding luminosity and his and other local artists' work in every corner.
Let's take the tour my friends!

Photography Daniel Karp
All images from EspacioLiving.

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  1. I cannot imagine a better place for an artist to work!

  2. I adore this home, it is a work of art from the past itself. How inspring!

    Art by Karena

  3. Hi Kifus,
    molto bella questa casa a Cordoba...
    ho amato molto il suo interno ed il suo giardino.
    Buona serata :-)

  4. Such a beautiful home and gardens! I Love all the light. What a great place for an artist to paint. Thanks for dropping by and your sweet comment.
    xo, Sherry

  5. Lovely Kifus!

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  7. Good morning linda!!!! HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!!

    I love you and miss you!!!

  8. So much to look at here. The ceiling beam treatments are stunning and I loved the placement of the books/magazines on the coffee table.
    I also like pictures where they look like somebody really lives there like the one with the slippers by the bed.

  9. This is a place to truly be inspired to create! Thanks for the visit!

  10. Beautiful home! I am love with that kitchen!

  11. Another inspiring post Kifus, so many wonderful details to look at. I love looking through the photos you find, thank you!!


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