I took these pictures of Diego Rivera's home and studio a few years ago. It is one of my favorite buildings in Mexico City. The day I visited, the property had been recently renovated and looked particularly striking.
The two buildings were designed by Juan O'Gorman in the 1930's. The white and orange structure was Diego's, and the smaller blue house was Frida's. They lived and worked here for six years, after their three-year stay in the US.
When Frida's father passed away, she returned to live in her childhood home, the now famous Blue House, in Coyoacán.
Diego painted most of his easel paintings in this studio, and he lived here until his death in 1957.
The property is now a museum. You can see pictures of what it looks like on the inside, on the museum's website.