In Atotonilco el Alto, Jalisco, is located the spectacular hacienda in which the Patrón brand produces its tequila; by the way: his distillate is one of the favorites of the American market. Although it is a construction of the SXXI, it is inspired by the great Mexican haciendas that existed even before the revolution.
In addition to the distillery, the place has "La Casona", a guest house with 20 rooms. Not everyone can stay there: only a group of privileged journalists, businessmen or clients of Patrón, can live the experience, by invitation, of course.
As expected, such a special place, had to have a unique interior design. In this case, the person in charge is the architect from Guadalajara, Joaquín Homs, who created the "Armadillo" swing and the "Icpalli" chair for the firm Point.
In this project, Homs part of the ancient splendor of the tequila haciendas of the altiplano to bring it, reinterpreted and updated, to the present. Every detail was painstakingly taken care of, from the choice of floors to pieces like the amazing glass chandelier created by the artist from Tlaquepaque Ernesto Cruz: without a doubt, a design manifesto.
Although it is practically impossible to access the place, we want you to know it, at least in images. So, we have prepared for you this gallery: