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When you get a call from a vendor that says he has gorgeous & antique Douglas fir simply must use them!

It's impossible not to be in awe of them as beams of light filter around the ... See more

4 days ago
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I love adobe. I love it's rich, warm color. I love that it melts back into the earth when it's no longer serving its purpose—which is not true for many 20th century materials!

Adobe protects us ... See more

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Creating the ideal window seat was important for this guest house in Tesuque. My client desired a bright spot to read and relax while overlooking the Santa Fe Forest and Tesuque River. We were ... See more

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Do you see the date on this sketch? 2006! I remember sketching this plan for the Women's Health Services Complex like it was yesterday—even though this was nearly 15 years ago! When you do what you ... See more

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These gold-plated pine cone stencils don't immediately pop out in this ceiling unless you look up. Once you do, they shine like stars in the night sky. And if this looks familiar—it's because it ... See more

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Photos from Santa Fe Architect - Gayla Bechtol Architects's post

Glenn Mercutt is an interesting Australian architect and was one of my first inspirations for vernacular architecture and honoring the history that surrounds us. He strives for his structures to "sit ... See more

2 weeks ago

A double patio door that opens up to a beautiful landscaping scene (by the wonderfully talented Carlotta from Paradise) is a dream come true for any homeowner. Close your eyes and imagine an easy ... See more

3 weeks ago

I love these kinds of doorways because they are so idiosyncratic to our city. Only in Santa Fe would you let your Wisteria nearly block your doorway! This pocket of lush green that's allowed to grow ... See more

4 weeks ago

Have you read my new editorial "Urban Sense" about the importance of preservation featured in this month's HOME magazine yet?

Preserving the historical context of a city is crucial to how we ... See more

1 month ago

Join me and a diverse lineup of speakers for the next segment of our ReVisioning History series: "ReVisioning Preservation".

On Thursday, August 27 @ 5:30p, this free and virtual event will examine ... See more

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