Designer Monica Calderon and architect Ezequiel Farca moved from Mexico to California with their four sons 11 years ago. The similarity of climate and culture, as well as the great opportunities in the art scene, were important factors that influenced their decision to settle in Los Angeles. But Mexican roots are also very strong in this family, so a few years ago the couple decided to buy a second home in the city of Merida, Yucatan, where they could come on vacation. Their choice fell on an old 100-year-old school building, which the family restored and converted into their unique residence. Enjoy!
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