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This magnificent deck for this home in Hillcrest was designed after my client had a vision for his deck to loom over the valley that leads out of Santa Fe. This view over the ski basin at the foot of ... See more

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Gather 'round for a "spooky" webinar on October 28 at 6:00pm as co-hosts—Architect/FASF President Anthony Guida and Designer/ FASF VP Annette Prapasiri—welcome our PeckaKucha Volume 8 ... See more

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Gather 'round for a "spooky" webinar on October 28 at 6:00pm as co-hosts—Architect/FASF President Anthony Guida and Designer/ FASF VP Annette Prapasiri—welcome our PeckaKucha Volume 8 ... See more

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We're heading into chillier weather, and I'm so excited to start using my fireplace again. Fireplaces aren’t only about warmth, they’re also about the aesthetic experience they bring—there’s ... See more

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Now this is a skyline! Even though I often yearn for more urban life I do enjoy the wonderful earth materials such as adobe and straw bale we get to build with in Santa Fe.

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It was fascinating to learn about Rose Tarlow’s creative process while reading “Your Personal Story.” Rose is an immensely talented interior designer who has her own store in California ... See more

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Designing stylistic and contemporary structures feel like playing within a different language. Most of the contemporary structures I've done from scratch are located in Tesuque because they don’t ... See more

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The monochromatic style of this living room in a Hillcrest home was entirely intentional. Everything is the same color—the flag stone, the walls, the wood, the furniture. This allows the client’s ... See more

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This sketch holds a special place in my heart because this was the first pumice-crete project I ever worked on. (And yes, pumice-crete is exactly what it sounds like—a very strong material that is ... See more

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“One of the primary objectives of this ReVisioning series is to call attention to the importance of design and planning on the resulting spaces and the homes that we end up with.”

The ... See more

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