在墨西哥城Coyoacán村广场附近的Allende和Londres街道拐角处的钴蓝屋停留时间。游览这些房间，你会看到艺术家Freda Kahlo的超现实主义画作，以及她的油漆和画笔的整洁安排。然而，在卡洛的喧嚣生活中，这座房子是一个充满活力，不断变化的空间，表达了艺术家与世界的复杂互动。 “Frida让Blue House成为她的避难所，将她童年的家园变成了一件艺术品，”Suzanne Barbezat在家里的Frida Kahlo写道。这本书充满了历史照片和她作品的图像，描述了Kahlo画作的灵感，这些画作引用了墨西哥文化及其居住的地方。 Blue House，也被称为La Casa Azul，由Kahlo的父亲于1904年建造，他是一位对建筑充满热情的摄影师。深蹲，单层建筑结合了传统的墨西哥风格，法式装饰和家具。 Barbezat的书中显示的原始平面图显示了通向庭院的连通房。沿着外部，铸铁阳台（假阳台）装饰高大的法式门。石膏工程沿屋檐形成装饰带和褶皱图案。 Frida Kahlo于1907年出生在一个小角落的房间里，根据她的一幅草图，后来成为了一个工作室。她1936年的画作“我的祖父母，我的父母”和“我的家谱”将Kahlo描绘成一个胎儿，同时也是一个从蓝屋院子里耸立的孩子。
The residence time of the Cobalt Blue House at the corner of the Allende and Londres streets near the village square of Coyoacán in Mexico City. Visit these rooms and you will see the surrealist paintings of artist Freda Kahlo and the neat arrangement of her paints and brushes. However, in Carlo’s embarrassing life, the house is a vibrant, ever-changing space that expresses the artist’s complex interaction with the world. “Frida made Blue House her refuge, turning her childhood home into a work of art,” wrote Suzanne Barbezat at home at Frida Kahlo. The book is full of historical photographs and images of her work, depicting the inspiration of Kahlo’s paintings, which cite Mexican culture and where it lives. Blue House, also known as La Casa Azul, was built in 1904 by Kahlo’s father, a photographer who is passionate about architecture. Squat, single-storey building combines traditional Mexican style with French decor and furniture. The original floor plan shown in Barbezat’s book shows the connecting rooms leading to the courtyard. Along the exterior, the cast iron balcony (fake balcony) is decorated with tall French doors. The plaster works form decorative strips and pleated patterns along the eaves. Frida Kahlo was born in a small corner room in 1907 and later became a studio based on her sketch. Her 1936 paintings “My Grandparents, My Parents” and “My Genealogy” portrayed Kahlo as a fetus and a child standing in the yard of the Blue House.