Casa Grande is a stunning Mexican vacation home that is an ode to Mexican Modernism. How often does a home live up to its name? Better yet, how many homes actually have a name? Mexican architecture firm Legoretta and designer Ken Fulk ensured that this 30,000 sq ft home was not only grand in size but in interior appeal as well. As you look through Casa Grande it’s almost like an exploration of sorts. Every space is different but unified in a unique way, evoking an emotional response of surprise and wonder.
This large ans spacious kitchen is an example of the skillful use of pattern and texture. Having such bold and geometric backslash can come off very modern but by adding the macrame light fixture softens and grounds the space.
Synonymous with modern design is clean lines and open spaces. In Casa Grande, you see that very clearly as well as the use of simple materials ( eg. concrete and light wood). It truly balances out the very bright and vibrant color palette. Somehow this makes the home feel very relaxing and soothing, yet full personality.
I truly admire this home. In my opinion, It is the dictionary definition of a perfect balancing act. Ken Fulk and Legoretta took the client’s love for traveling, entertaining, and creating moments as well as their love for color, pattern, and texture. Then turning it into a home that insights