Author Archives: luis caicedo design
By the Caribbean everything is very intense. The sounds, nature, the sea, the food and of course the colors. People are not afraid of color, barely follow “color charts” or think too much about it….and that is awesome! At Kohsamui, … Continue reading
One of my favorite things to do is making lamps. You can make a lamp pretty much out of anything if you know basic wiring and and have some common sense. For Kohsamui Cartagena, all the custom fixtures were made … Continue reading
For the 3rd consecutive year Luis Caicedo is proud to participate in Design on a Dime, benefiting housing Works. This year’s vignette was about reading and recycling. The green walls color was chosen to create a vibrant background. Modern custom … Continue reading
The building is completely hand-made and is constructed(with few needed exceptions) of natural materials found in the region and using local work force. Few elements were store bought and made of materials that resist the saltiness from the ocean. The … Continue reading
When I used to live in Colombia we rarely visited Cartagena the Indias, but lately I have been working in this little gem of a hotel in a fisherman’s town nearby, reason why I find myself often in this part … Continue reading
One of the expressions I love the most in “Colombian” – entre las tiendas – meaning taking the long route somewhere, applies perfectly to this trip on my way to Ulaan Bataar. Impossible to rent a bike this time around, … Continue reading
On my way to China and Mongolia for 3 weeks.