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An Open Door Is An Opportunity






That’s right, every open door I encounter is an opportunity to record the inside of what once was a typical house from …




Colonial Corridor






Historically, colonial corridors have always been long and wide, and have always faced out onto a central patio, garden or fountain. Often …




Having Lunch by The Garden






As more houses of La Antigua Guatemala are turned into business, the old architectonic spaces are converted for new uses. Here for …




Casa Antigüeña: The Corridor






Casas antigüeñas normally have at least one corridor or hallway, usually next to the garden and fountain. Omnipresent are the terra cotta …




Cafe Micho’s at El Jaulón Building






From the tables of Cafe Micho’s, right across yesterday’s fountain, in the corridor facing south of the Jaulón Building, you can meet with friends and family for coffee or beers, or simply enjoy a sandwich from one the best bistros in town. The tables all face to the central patio, with the fountain slightly off-center. You can enter this beautifully restored building from the east and south entrances; from the south entrance you enter the Jaulón building through and arched d