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Grace Fuller Marroquin for The Row

May 2022
New York, NY

Landscape designer Grace Fuller Marroquín developed a unique collection of limited-edition ceramic pottery for The Row drawing inspiration from her admiration of Mexico’s masterful traditions and handicrafts.


Through artisanal techniques, skilled potters in Tangancícuaro, Michoacan (a state in western Mexico known for its rich history of handcrafted ceramics) transformed earth into clay to create one-of-a-kind decorative planters.


These artifacts are a translation of the region's ancestral techniques and a representation of the generational community behind Mexican pottery, ultimately symbolizing a long history of embrace and ritual.


The collection is available exclusively at THE ROW NYC & LA. Read more about the collaboration in T Magazine & Wallpaper.

Grace Fuller Marroquín is a New York-based landscape designer raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and in Rome, Italy. A former editor at Vogue and W Magazine, Fuller Marroquín completed a degree in Landscape Design at the New York Botanical Garden’s School of Horticulture.


Fuller Marroquín established her landscape design practice in 2019 where she has brought her romantic and wild approach to commercial and private projects in New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, London and Mexico.