Now, more than ever, has urged people to make ‘home office’ (work from home) to avoid the spread of the virus coronavirus Covid-19. This has given rise to the ambassador of the united States, Christopher Landauwho has complied with this recommendation, to spend more time in the privacy of your home located in the colonia Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico City.
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The ambassador of the united States he lives in a beautiful mansion in Lomas de Chapultepec that us has boasted in social networks, because while the doctors and health specialists are trying to combat the ravages of this pandemic, Christopher Landau has taken refuge in his residence, who also spoke to the background.
“Now that I am working a lot from home, I’m going to take a look,” he wrote on Twitter.
In addition, Landau shared a series of photos on his Twitter account of the mansion that was built in the late 50’s by the architect Carlos Reygadas, that has served as home to the ambassadors from the mid-60’s, its design is modern and spacious, has a large garden and ample space for receptions and meals.
Now that I am working a lot from home, I’m going to take a look. The built the Arch. Carlos Reygadas at the end of the years 50. It has been the Residence of the Ambassador from the mid-60’s. It is modern and has a beautiful landscape and ample space for receptions/meals. pic.twitter.com/oltWZjLPzs
— Ambassador Christopher Landau (@USAmbMex) April 2, 2020
The u.s. ambassador confused by some data, he pointed out that this mansion had it replaced a palace from the era of the porfiriato, located in Zona Rosa, but then corrected before indicated and assured that the building referred to was the Cobián, the current headquarters of the Secretariat of the Interior in the colonia Juárez.
Other details that have not gone unnoticed by the diplomat were works of art with which he decorated his home that he shares with his wife Caroline and their two children, Nat , 19 years old, and Julia, 13, as in the images is reached to appreciate a sculpture by the mexican artist Leonora Carrington, but the ambassador confessed that in your residence, there are seven of his works.
I am a great admirer of the artist, british-mexican Leonora Carrington, who performed the greater part of his work in Mexico. We have several of his sculptures in our residence, loaned by a collector in mexico. I’d like to know this museum in SLP. https://t.co/WPioVxdI0M pic.twitter.com/ksL6SNQeYt
— Ambassador Christopher Landau (@USAmbMex) March 7, 2020
The journalist Alberto Tavira also retook the tweet of the ambassador, and recalled the occasion, in 2005, in which he interviewed the then U.s. ambassador, Tony Garza, and his wife, the well-known entrepreneur, mexican, María Asunción Aramburuzabala.
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Now that the ambassador of #EU in Mexico, Christopher Landau @USAmbMex has shown images of the Residence of the Embassy, I was reminded of that interview that I did in November 2005, the then-ambassador Tony Garza and his (then) wife Mariasun in such property.
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— Alberto Tavira (@betotavira) April 3, 2020
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