Faded flowered wallpaper, a myriad of colored marble, and the surroundings of a historical Spanish palace simply do not belong in the heart of fast-paced Mexico City. That’s what Ezequiel Farca and the homeowners agreed on when they toured this outdated 16,145-square-foot residence in 2008. Already living in the house for ten years, the homeowners had only been using a fraction of the impressive property because most of the rooms were previously designed and designated for unusable purposes. The tea room remained untouched, and the library lacked a collection of novels, reference books, and poetry. Read more.