Just north of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, Tim Sullivan has built Timmyland, inspired by the work of Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona, Spain. What started as a sleeping porch and a storage room has evolved into a rambling, otherworldly folly that has to be seen to be believed.
(Ann Summa) An outdoor eating area is shaded by the form of a morning glory flower. The stamen is a light.
(Ann Summa) Lupita and Bici stand in a tiny door leading from a pond to the driveway.
(Ann Summa) Glass blowing is a specialty in San Miguel de Allende, and local artisans' work is incorporated into Timmyland. "Once you decide you want a window, you look at amorphous shapes, and then it's just a question of options," he said.
Ranchito Cascabel, a.k.a. Timmyland - latimes.com