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Get ready to question the laws of physics. These private homes have such wild architecture you have to wonder if Dr. Seuss had a hand in their design. Here's 11 unique, innovative New Mexico homes tha...
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The primary goal of Archaeo Architects is for the owner, staff, consultants and clients to become better human beings.
We are a boutique business that targets an elite market of very demanding customers.

Inspired architecture, complete attention to the client, meticulous follow-through and excellence in execution results in great service. We excel at both art and business, which is one of our greatest strengths.

Business is the means to pursue our passion, not the other way around.

Ours is like some great companies that tend to be founded by obsessed people. Our obsession is unique design executed with meticulousness.
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New Project: This home is located high above Santa Fe where it affords expansive sunset views to the Jemez Mountains. An arced portal off the great room, kitchen and library takes in the sweeping panorama. 

http://www.archaeoarchitects.com/projects/in-progress/summit-residence/
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Revisiting the Dunn project:

For this renovation, the desire of the new owners was to update the contemporary character of the home by seamlessly layering new elements onto what was a relatively neutral palette. An elliptical room was inserted into a large gallery space to serve as a children’s playroom.

http://www.archaeoarchitects.com/projects/residential/dunn/
DUNN RENOVATIONFor this renovation, the desire of the new owners was to update the contemporary character of the home by seamlessly layering new elements onto what
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Revisiting the Wetzel/Cameron project. The owners wanted to feel in the house as if they “were on vacation”, with views to the garden from most windows. “Cozy and comfortable, lots of places to curl up and relax, with more free and open space,” was how they expressed it.

http://www.archaeoarchitects.com/projects/residential/wetzelcameron/
Wetzel/Cameron RenovationThe owners wanted to feel in the house as if they “were on vacation”, with views to the garden from most windows. “Cozy and comfortable,
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Make Architecture’s bright and airy M House soaks up natural light -- like our "Archaeo" principles: http://ow.ly/2Wfu6D
M House is an example of how older homes can be adapted to create modern living spaces.
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Revisiting the Greene Residence: This house is an example of modernism that has been regionalized to fit and accent the site’s dramatic beauty. The theme of “a house as a permanent camp” was contrasted with the permanent contemporary building elements of copper, steel and glass.

http://www.archaeoarchitects.com/projects/residential/greene/
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Revisiting the Galisteo Basin Preserve Project: 

The house and landscape are intertwined. There is a low-lying horizontality to the topography, which is expressed in the architecture. The northern portion of the house is carved into the land several feet; to express a rootedness to the earth, while the southern portion rises to meet the panoramic view.

http://www.archaeoarchitects.com/projects/residential/galisteo/

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Revisiting the Miller project: 

The client wanted “a clean, unadorned adobe cluster of buildings appearing to be built on top of an existing site, now in ruin…that might resemble a Greek hillside village from a distance.” The interior was to be elegant, unadorned, and with a tone that is “tranquil, Zen-like and quiet,” with an orderly and un-embellished palette to offset the furniture.

http://www.archaeoarchitects.com/projects/residential/milleranderson/
MILLER/ANDERSON COMPOUNDThe client wanted “a clean, unadorned adobe cluster of buildings appearing to be built on top of an existing site, now in ruin…that might
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1519 Upper Canyon Rd Santa Fe, NM 87501
1519 Upper Canyon RoadUSNew MexicoSanta Fe87501
(505) 820-7200archaeoarchitects.com
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Archaeo Architects is a firm located in Santa Fe, New Mexico doing award-winning work throughout the region. The office has received 18 awards from the American Institute of Architects in the past several years. We are a company that focuses on very few projects for which we provide personalized superior services to residential and commercial clients. Specializing in Southwestern Architecture.
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The name apparently comes from drawing on ancient principles of orientation on the land -- working with it instead of against it (or without any regard for it) -- and the results seem to have a grace and natural feeling that is very special.