The central room in Tecoh’s main house.
Jorge Pardo sits beneath one of Tecoh’s Indian laurel trees.
The jungle reflected in one of Tecoh’s lap pools.
A bedroom in the main house, with its
riot of patterns.
A remnant of the original hacienda.
Rigami-shaped light wells in the ceiling of the main house.
in the Blue Room bathroom.
The curving staircase that leads
to the sculpture garden on the roof.
The West Wing, in the original part of the hacienda.
A former smokestack becomes
a canvas for Pardo.
Exterior of the Orange Room, from the garden.
An external view of the Orange Room and Blue Room, Mayan-inspired pavilions covered in hemp to integrate
them into the landscape.
The Blue Room.
Photography asssistant: Evan Strang