Among the pleasures and rewards of belonging to a large professional society are the opportunities to break out of the workaday, sometimes a little lonely! Routine, and hear different perspectives, learn new things, test your own ideas against your peers, … Continue reading
The Galisteo Basin Preserve Residence was recently featured in the March/April issue of Green Building and Design Magazine. “In New Mexico’s high desert, 13 miles south of Santa Fe on 160 acres of vast, rolling hills dotted with piñon brush and … Continue reading
This past week Archaeo Architects picked up a merit award from the Santa Fe chapter of the American Institute of Architects for Ralph and Judy Buchan’s home in St. George Utah. Many thanks to all those who were involved, particularly … Continue reading
Our Galisteo house is represented in the new issue of Trend, pages 194 to 199. Pages 238 and 239 also feature another home we did for Madera Builders. Flip through the digital version of the magazine below: http://issuu.com/trendmagazineglobal/docs/trend_v14-2_web_7956f83e0c30fb/1?e=8520621/5305700
Jon Dick from Archaeo Architects was recently quoted in an article that appeared in the Wall Street Journal. The article was looking at how contemporary architecture is beginning to have more influence in Santa Fe, a place known for strict … Continue reading
Archaeo has been retained to design a “ski in/ski out” home directly adjacent to the village. We’re presently pursuing a compound design that references the old mining town vernacular – distressed metal barrel vaulted roofs, wood siding and a stone-clad … Continue reading
Our client has given us the green light to move forward on completing the construction documents, securing the permit and moving directly into construction. We hope to be moving dirt around later this summer, or I should say rock. Tough … Continue reading
The new chapel design for the Santa Fe Memorial Gardens (Capilla de Luz) is moving forward and it’s hoped we will break ground this fall. The design characteristic of this non-denominational chapel is one of spare monastic simplicity. The circular … Continue reading
Archaeo’s contemporary design for a new home in the Galisteo Basin Preserve is now nearing completion. The crisp forms of the house contrast nicely with the broad open landscape that makes the Galisteo Basin so special.
In June, we look forward to starting a new home on a wonderful 30-acre property right on the Rio Bonito near Ruidoso. The land consists of forest covered hills on the north side that protect a lovely open meadow, which … Continue reading
Archaeo principal Jon Dick quoted in a Wall Street Journal article today about the growing popularity of courtyards. Read the article here: Wall Street Journal Online
Three of Archaeo’s houses will be published in Italy later this year by Di Baio publishers in several of their magazines, such as “Case di Campagna” and “99Idee Casa”. They are the Greene residence, Miller/Anderson and Seade.
Archaeo Architects recently designed a Northern New Mexican styled home on a lot in the village of Truchas, New Mexico. We’re looking to achieve a LEED Gold certification for sustainable green building practices. The home will be built by Palo … Continue reading
Archaeo is designing a home for Steve Cummings and family on a lot overlooking downtown Santa Fe in the Ponderosa Ridge subdivision. It’s a difficult site, but the plan is moving forward nicely.
Archaeo designed a home along the Turquoise Trail that is nearing completion. Look for complete photographs this fall. These images were created by our talented computer renderer, Jim Brackett.
The Mexico residential development Archaeo is involved in is moving forward and we hope to break ground soon on the first house seen here. The project is called Playas Pacificas and can be seen at www.playaspacificas.com. The 130 lots are … Continue reading
The home for Ralph and Judy Buchan has recently been completed and, in addition to designing the architecture, Archaeo also had a hand in designing custom light fixtures, a courtyard fountain, interior and exterior doors, custom windows, etc. It has a nice … Continue reading
The Hertz residence out in the Galisteo Basin Preserve, which Archaeo designed, is moving along nicely. Once complete, it will be powered by a geothermal heating system in conjunction with a ground mounted photovoltaic panel array that will be largest array … Continue reading
The design for a new addition to a home off Tano Road in Santa Fe has recently been completed and it is hoped construction will begin this summer.
Archaeo has been working with a local contractor, Gerry Barber of Madera Builders, and his wife Linda to collaboratively design a Territorial styled home in Las Campanas. We hope to feature the house on the Haciendas Parade of Homes in … Continue reading
Look for Archaeo’s ad in the current issue of a new magazine called “Eco Source, A guide to sustainability in action”. We’re on the inside front cover. We’ll also have another full page ad in this summer’s “Haciendas – A … Continue reading
Archaeo’s Van Drimmelen/Gore residence is now prominently featured in the Summer 2012 issue of Su Casa magazine. Go to www.sucasamagazine.com/ to see the article electronically (page 46), or pick up the magazine at your local newstand.
The Greene residence in Los Alamos, which was designed by Archaeo, plays a key role in the unfolding plot in the movie Haywire. The film is now out on Blu-ray and DVD, so check it out.
Su Casa Magazine Article The new Spring issue of Su Casa Magazine is out and it features the master bathroom from Archaeo’s Van Drimmelen/Gore residence, which was completed last year. The main characteristics of the spa-like bath are an open shower that … Continue reading
Home Design in Colorado Here are some winter shots of a home we designed in Colorado along the east side of the collegiate range near Buena Vista. The design harkins back to the early architecture of the national parks, with … Continue reading
Utah residence Construction on a St. George, Utah residence, designed by Archaeo, is almost complete and the owners are thrilled with the outcome. The house is a blend of southwest traditional elements and an underlying modernist sensibility. The geometrically rigorous design is … Continue reading
Greene residence gets noticed in the movies The climax of the recent movie “Haywire” took place at the Greene residence, which Archaeo Architects designed. Several movie critics have taken notice of the home featured in the film. Below are some quotes from those … Continue reading
Hertz Residence Archaeo’s design for a home in the Galisteo Basin Preserve is starting to take shape. Construction began last year and it is moving forward nicely. As to the design, we took the lead from the client, who requested … Continue reading
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Project On the Baja Peninsula, Archaeo Architects continues to consult with a developer on a large tract of land above Cabo San Lucas on the Pacific coast. “Playas Pacificas” is a 130 lot residential development where all … Continue reading
Grand Hacienda Award Archaeo Architects are the recipients of the 2011 “Grand Hacienda Award” from the Santa Fe Home Builder’s Association for the Van Drimmelen/Gore residence. The home also captured awards for best overall design and best kitchen. Hundreds of … Continue reading
Trend Publication Archaeo Architects has recently been featured in the latest edition of Trend Magazine. The Van Drimmelen/Gore Residence is presented as part of the Fall 2011/Winter 2012 edition. The house sits in the highest lot within the Bishops Lodge Esatets … Continue reading
AIA Awards Archaeo Architects are the recent recipients of two citation awards presented by the Albuquerque Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The 2011 Unbuilt Design Awards were open to architects statewide and they recognized Archaeo’s El Paso Residence … Continue reading
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