the LUNA ZORRO STUDIO
Built in 2019 on a 150 year old coffee farm just north of Antigua, the Luna Zorro Studio is a top textile destination that celebrates and elevates Guatemalan design in a stunning modern setting. The structural design was a collaborative project between architect Sylvana Irungaray and founder of Luna Zorro, Molly Berry. The contemporary building is constructed of steel and glass, with the large sliding doors that open to the natural surroundings. The outdoor kitchen, natural dyes gardens, and cochineal green house, create a oneness with the outdoors that makes for a unique setting in which we honor the craft, ancestry, and art of weaving. The interior space, furniture, and lighting was entirely designed by Molly Berry. Using a combination of sustainable hardwoods from Izabal Agroforest, furniture was made by local carpenters in partnership with Eterna Built. Wall Lighting is made of sustainable Pixi wood sourced from Itza Wood and pendant lamps were made locally, finished with vintage coffee sack material.
RETAIL and WORKSPACE
Our studio boutique features a curation of original Luna Zorro textiles complimented with a unique selection of vintage and second-hand Guatemala textiles, as well as a selection of locally-made leather products, woven baskets, hand crafted ceramics, and other vintage objets. We are proud to partner with a variety of artisan and sustainably-based brands to create a showroom with the very best of what Central America has to offer. In the adjoined outdoor kitchen, nestled within our stunning natural dye garden, we host workshops, classes, and the occasional visiting chef. Luna Zorro Studio is constantly working to expand our available offerings and collaborate with local creatives to provide a space of combined beauty and nature, welcome to all.
Luna Zorro Studio, Finca La Azotea, 1ra. Calle y 1ra. Avenida, Zona 3, Jocotenango, Sacatepequez, Antigua, Guatemala 03001
When leaving from Antigua, an Uber Or a Tuk Tuk is recommended. From Parque Central you can expect a 10-15 minute drive. The Uber destination you can request is “Finca La Azotea” or “Azotea Coffee”. When entering Finca La Azotea you can tell the guard at the main gate the you are visiting Luna Zorro. From there, the driver can enter the farm and rope you in the main parking lot where you will pass through the main reception and follow signs towards Luna Zorro.
Hours: Tues - Fri 11-4pm, Sat & Sun 12-5pm