315 new mexico earthship Contemporary Home Design Photos

Kaplan Thompson Architects
4 Reviews
Earthship Farmstead
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attractive interior room in an earthship home
Earthship Farmstead - winner of LEED for Homes 2013 USGBC Awards + Passive House certification in Feb 2013
Earthship Farmstead - winner of LEED for
Nice idea for lean-to for new building, lots of natural light and spacious open plan. Lovely stove with exposed chimney.
“dfdfdfds” — avinashkhairnar
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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We live in New Mexico, what type of plant is this? Will it grow in Albuquerque New Mexico? Palms will not.
The dark reddish purple plant with the sword shaped leaves is Phormium 'Dark Delight' a cultivar of New Zealand Flax.
climate. 7 weeks ago Like 1 Barbara Lewis-Heywood wrote: We would like to get a tropical look - We live in New Mexico, what type of plant is this? Will it grow in Albuquerque New Mexico? Palms will not. Like Comment 7 months ago PRO debora carl landscape design These are Yucca and Mexican Feather
Phormium 'Dark Delight' a cultivar of New Zealand Flax
“grasses” — reddyms
A Pleno Sol
Explanada
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You can get it at Moda in Casa in Mexico City.
This was boughrt at Moda in Casa in Mexico City.
you can find it in Moda in Casa, in Mexico City.
in a season or two. Another point to ponder: Once a concrete block wall is completed, it’s unlikely you’ll spend your precious weekends shearing back new growth to keep it from swallowing up your patio. You can’t say that about a privet hedge.More ideas for stylish backyard privacy
“Love this for by the pool!” — gemavive
Contemporary Exterior
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modern house new mexico
new mexico contemporary
leed new mexico
“block exterior” — nmsandia
Soloway Designs Inc.
37 Reviews
Southwest Contemporary 494
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Modern desert house. Though this style is attributed to prior Native American dwellings, its attributes are found in Mexico, Spain and North Africa.
crisp lines — merging with influences from the past. Though this style is attributed to prior Native American dwellings, its attributes are found in Mexico, Spain and North Africa, as previously mentioned, confirming its link to other Mediterranean styles.
“john likes this” — joannewilson22
Grupo MM
Cañada House
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Casa mexico
“backyard patio idea” — daniellehaggar
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
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I had the pleasure of walking through your home and was amazed what a phenomenal job you have done to blend the old church with new extension. Well done. I did want to know where the pavers are from and if they needed to be prepped in any way as they are around the pool. Also, what
Style here in Tampa Fl. I am from Mexico and we use lots of lime stone, however, this is not very common in Florida and even some people have said that it is not a good stone for outdoors. I can't believe this since I have seen 400 years old plazas and buildings in Mexico and they still good. What is your
seating area is underneath a portion of the new building that links the two structures. The cabinetry around the stainless steel barbecue and sink is recycled timber.
“Patio set” — mspano
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info
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What is the name of the groundcover here? Does it survive year round? I am in SE New Mexico - zone 7.
That is common thyme. It should do well in New Mexico with ample irrigation...
Stump grind it. Rent (or hire) a stump grinding unit to abrade the stump to below ground level, then -re-grade, add new soil, partially compact and replant. Watch for suckers or new tree shoots and trim these off right way as needed for the first two years if a larger tree and that should kill it. No
“purple flowers” — Wendy Bird Interiors
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