Delcy Morelos & Gabriel Sierra

Inside a home shared by two artists.

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"Our apartment is a kind of sanctuary where we escape from the world.”

Artists Delcy Morelos and Gabriel Sierra have transformed their home into a gallery of their own with stacks of books, inspiration boards and sculptures covering most available surfaces—but their style of arranging is intentional and shouldn’t be confused with clutter. “Everything we own has to be useful or at least have an important symbolic meaning,” Gabriel says. “Objects must be arranged by following the geometry of the space, which is shaped by the architecture.” Living in the bustling neighborhood of Las Aguas in Colombia’s capital of Bogotá, the couple has carved out and carefully created a nest amid the surrounding government buildings and offices. “Our apartment is a kind of sanctuary where we escape from the world,” Gabriel says.

He and Delcy and have lived ...

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