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This deceptively simple “H” plan of a Northern New Mexican style house was sited and designed in such a way as to capture dramatic views of the Manzano Mountains and the distant horizon from a number of key rooms – living/dining, library and master bedroom. Placed on a promontory overlooking the vast open spaces of the New Mexico landscape, the house partially surrounds and def...More
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This deceptively simple “H” plan of a Northern New Mexican style house was sited and designed in such a way as to capture dramatic views of the Manzano Mountains and the distant horizon from a number of key rooms – living/dining, library and master bedroom. Placed on a promontory overlooking the vast open spaces of the New Mexico landscape, the house partially surrounds and def...More
“plan form” — maestrophk
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This deceptively simple “H” plan of a Northern New Mexican style house was sited and designed in such a way as to capture dramatic views of the Manzano Mountains and the distant horizon from a number of key rooms – living/dining, library and master bedroom. Placed on a promontory overlooking the vast open spaces of the New Mexico landscape, the house partially surrounds and def...More
“front door” — jmarcher
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This deceptively simple “H” plan of a Northern New Mexican style house was sited and designed in such a way as to capture dramatic views of the Manzano Mountains and the distant horizon from a number of key rooms – living/dining, library and master bedroom. Placed on a promontory overlooking the vast open spaces of the New Mexico landscape, the house partially surrounds and def...More
“ceiling” — Hannah MacGregor
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This deceptively simple “H” plan of a Northern New Mexican style house was sited and designed in such a way as to capture dramatic views of the Manzano Mountains and the distant horizon from a number of key rooms – living/dining, library and master bedroom. Placed on a promontory overlooking the vast open spaces of the New Mexico landscape, the house partially surrounds and def...More
“fireplace” — rigginss
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This deceptively simple “H” plan of a Northern New Mexican style house was sited and designed in such a way as to capture dramatic views of the Manzano Mountains and the distant horizon from a number of key rooms – living/dining, library and master bedroom. Placed on a promontory overlooking the vast open spaces of the New Mexico landscape, the house partially surrounds and def...More
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This deceptively simple “H” plan of a Northern New Mexican style house was sited and designed in such a way as to capture dramatic views of the Manzano Mountains and the distant horizon from a number of key rooms – living/dining, library and master bedroom. Placed on a promontory overlooking the vast open spaces of the New Mexico landscape, the house partially surrounds and def...More
“tile color and rock work for wood stove base” — bugbite
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This deceptively simple “H” plan of a Northern New Mexican style house was sited and designed in such a way as to capture dramatic views of the Manzano Mountains and the distant horizon from a number of key rooms – living/dining, library and master bedroom. Placed on a promontory overlooking the vast open spaces of the New Mexico landscape, the house partially surrounds and def...More
“roof detail” — maestrophk
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This deceptively simple “H” plan of a Northern New Mexican style house was sited and designed in such a way as to capture dramatic views of the Manzano Mountains and the distant horizon from a number of key rooms – living/dining, library and master bedroom. Placed on a promontory overlooking the vast open spaces of the New Mexico landscape, the house partially surrounds and def...More
“Wood beams, light walls” — technicon
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