The Globe and Mail article MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A Mexican home designer and designer of fashion homes is taking the country’s growing popularity of designer-made homes to the U.S. market, announcing plans to open a home studio in Los Angeles.
Raul Fernandez-Garcia said in a statement on Friday that his company, Aetna Home, would open a Los Angeles studio that would specialize in home furnishings, home decor and home design.
It is one of the first major U.F.O. launches in Latin America, and a sign of the region’s growing interest in designer home design in the past year.
In the U, the trend has spread to a growing number of countries, from Mexico to Argentina.
“It’s very exciting, especially in the United States because it’s a very popular country in the U., the most popular country with consumers in the world, and this is a very big opportunity for people in the region,” Fernandez-Gracia said.
“The way people are living their lives, the quality of life and the diversity in our country, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal, France, Canada, the U-18s, they all have their own preferences, so we have to work together.”
In a statement, the company said the studio would serve as a platform to expand on Fernandez-Gaertner’s success, which has been fueled by the popularity of his homes and his style of home decor.
“Aetna’s goal is to help the design industry reach consumers, so that they can enjoy their favorite home decor, design, and home furnishments and create a lifestyle,” the statement said.
“Through our collaborative efforts with designers, builders, designers and home enthusiasts, we will be able to provide a unique and affordable platform for designers and designers alike to create unique and exciting products, products that are affordable, and products that truly represent the designer’s personality.”
Fernandez-Gaetner’s company, known for its Mexican and American-inspired designs, has launched several homes and projects across the United United States, including the new Studio Aetnas home.
The firm opened its first home in New York City in September, and recently expanded into Los Angeles with a second studio in the Santa Monica neighborhood.
Fernandez has said his designs aim to capture the spirit of his Mexican heritage.
In his home, his white brick walls are lined with portraits of his ancestors and a mural of his family and friends.
In his home studio, Fernandez-Guerrero said his goal was to create an eclectic and playful design that could appeal to a wide range of tastes.
“We want to create a design that can be very accessible to everybody, from the young designer who wants to start a career or a young entrepreneur who wants a place to live to the senior citizen who needs a place for a retirement home, and for people who are creative, who have different interests, different tastes, to people who want a traditional house, a traditional home, a Mexican home,” he said.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Fernandez said his style reflects his own tastes.
He said the styles of the homes reflect his experiences as a Mexican immigrant living in Los Angles, California.
“Mexicans are not always in the luxury lifestyle,” Fernandez said.
“[They] have a very humble attitude and they have a different style than the Americans.”
Fresno, California-based Aetnan Home, which also operates the popular home decor company Aetan, is also looking to open in the Los Altos area.