Transitional New Mexico Territorial house

The strawbale and reclaimed lumber construction along with geothermal heating make this New Mexico Territorial style home environmentally friendly. Engineered wood floors on the upper level and natural saltillo floors on the main level provide a high level of efficiency to the in-floor heating. Plaster walls work beautifully with the New Mexico Territorial style.
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The saltillo floors and creamy plaster walls blend beautifully with the reclaimed timber beams. White painted woodwork lightens up the space and the whole provides the perfect backdrop for the owner's collection of contemporary art. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“Tile” — Diana Williams
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The shutter from Taos, New Mexico adds both interest and function between the hall and the office. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“Love the built in cabinet” — Kaye Grissom
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A custom "nicho" showcases an antique hutch with a beautiful aqua patina and the Native American rugs provide an interesting contrast with the contemporary art pieces. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“S” — hardmezzo
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Timber trusses, the moss rock fireplace and antique white oak cabinets provide a cozy respite in this multi-purpose office/den/bar room. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“Idk how much work would get done but it'd be a good day” — hassie_13
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The straw-bale construction of this section of the New Mexico Territorial house creates deep windows and lends itself to the deep copper penny color we used on the walls. An antique iron chandelier hangs from the ceiling and the owner's collection of art and unique dolls and artifacts add a touch of whimsy. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction...More
“Wall Color” — susanbrowning
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Mexican tile backsplashes with absolute black granite countertops and distressed alder cabinets paired with antiqued cream painted cabinets create a balance in this New Mexico Territorial Style kitchen. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“saltillo floors, wood ceiling beams. top molding at windows and doors. nice bright and clean..” — beauty1831
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Built-in bookshelves made from reclaimed lumber provide a great backdrop for the beautiful tans, soft greens and gray blues of the antique books and the pottery collection. The Kiva fireplace embodies the New Mexico Territorial style. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“Rustic nature of built-in bookcases. Also simple mantle and arched stove.” — krjeske
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Great mask finds a perfect home in the custom designed nicho. Photography: Tim Murphy
“Like niches!” — kathrynshelley
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This shaded porch with colorful Mexican fabrics provides the perfect respite for a hot summer day.
“logs for table legs, and sturdy slab top” — sbrower
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New Mexico Territorial Style elements create a charming entrance to this home. Straw bale construction gives interest and depth to the walls. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction Photographer: Tim Murphy
“All” — acaciasmom
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We used a warm travertine tile and paired it with a custom antique white rub thru cabinet. The sides of the mirrors swing in so you can see yourself from multiple directions. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“mirrors” — nestingtree
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Here is another view of the living room with its kiva style fireplace and reclaimed wood bookshelves. Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“lo e beams and fireplace” — Meg Waters
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This is another view of the kitchen with its Mexican tile accents and reclaimed wood beams Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“Lights” — bummie53
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Fun powder room with Mexican tile accents
“Trim” — jmarner5
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Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“Stone patio” — caitlinbenson
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Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“Southwest Entryway” — nlingenfelder123
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Architect: Joe Patrick Robbins, AIA Builder: Cogswell Construction, Inc. Photographer: Tim Murphy
“Color of couches” — Maura Hobbs
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