The oeuvre of Mexican modernist Luis Barragán continues to influence other architects more than 25 years after his death, giving rise to many would-be Barragán designs that carry on his penchant for marrying bright colors with austere modern forms. Taking inspiration is one thing, and certainly laudable, but decorating a masterpiece is an entirely different kettle of fish. In their March issue, Elle Decor takes on the challenge, pairing recreations of Barragán-designed rooms with richly colorful, striking pieces, like the ones featured above, which include a cast-resin sculpture by Oly, an Asprey bubble crystal vase, Ronan Bouroullec's Hole chair for Cappellini, and a glass-and-brass side table by Pilar Proffitt from Ralph Pucci. Peruse more highlights from this effort in decorative homage below:
↑In this room, a Moser crystal bowl, Poly Pop glass pendants by Token, and a handblown crystal, steel, and brass creation by Sklo.
↑Here we have a handblown goblet by Vetro Vero, a pair of crystal paperweights by Moser, a Vitreluxe salt cellar, a Rock Candy ring of gold, amethyst, and mother-of-pearl by Ippolita, and a light fixture of handblown, recycled Syrian glass from John Derian.