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Happy to be rewarded with the American Institute of Architects New Mexico’s annual design competition for the Galisteo Basin Preserve project.
http://www.abqjournal.com/…/outl…/distinctive-by-design.html
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Page 137 of this month's Trend magazine features a story on the Buchan residence in St. George, Utah:
http://issuu.com/…/docs/fall_2015_web_flipbook-hyperlinks/11
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New Mexico Senate votes to stop changing the clock twice a year http://ow.ly/2Wfu6O

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Make Architecture’s bright and airy M House soaks up natural light -- like our "Archaeo" principles: http://ow.ly/2Wfu6D

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Wishing everyone a Happy New Year from #SantaFe! 
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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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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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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 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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