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Posted by Braud Afrodille on Sunday, 1 December, 2019 22:32:55

Santa Fe House Plans A combination of Native American and Spanish building concepts can be found in today's Santa Fe homes. These earthy designs, sometimes called Adobe or Pueblo Revival Style, are named after New Mexico's capital city and appear throughout the Southwest.

GEORGIA O'KEEFFE, Photographed at her Ghost Ranch home in Abiquiu, New Mexico, USA (c.1970s). The house was built in Adobe style, made out of straw and mud, which creates an uni

Dec 5, 2018- A combination of Native American and Spanish building concepts can be found in today's Santa Fe homes. These earthy designs, sometimes called Adobe or Pueblo Revival Style, are named after New Mexico's capital city and appear throughout the Southwest. Often made of Adobe brick (sun-dried desert clay), these designs feature coarse log ceiling beams, tile floors, wooden lintels

Adobe-style homes were first built with adobe (bricks of tightly compacted earth, clay and straw). These houses borrow architectural details from the earthen homes of early Native Americans and feature massive, round-edge walls, flat roofs, stepped levels, heavy timbers extending through the walls to support the roof, deep window and door openings, and simple windows.

Southwestern house plans reflect a rich history of Colonial Spanish and Native American styles and are usually one story with flat roofs, covered porches, and round log ceiling beams. Walls of Southwestern style homes are often stucco or stone and have overhangs or trellises to provide shade from the desert sun.

Santa Fe NM Drafters and building designers may act as project managers. In most cases, your builder can be your project manager, but if you have a complex design and feel your home designer should help manage your project, you will need to hire an experienced home design drafter. Choosing a Santa Fe NM Drafting Service