New Mexico Architecture with Industrial-Chic Style

This New Mexico Architecture by San Francisco-based Anderson Anderson Architecture is a contemporary style home that stands out among its rustic, earthy surroundings. Located in a small New Mexico town, this terrace design enjoys a peaceful location and natural views visible through large windows and from its many outdoor entertaining areas. Designed for a retired couple - an anthropologist and a concert pianist - and their pets, this desert home serves as a refuge. The modern, industrial-chic aesthetic features steel siding, and a cool spiral staircase that gives this house a fashionable and functional edge. This outdoor living house plan features chain link enclosures to keep the pets in and the many local wild animals - including hawks, eagles, coyotes and rattlesnakes - out. Interiors are drenched in natural light, illuminating the simple, minimalist style. Anderson Anderson Architecture

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Posted on August 10, 2012 3:48 PM in Desert Homes

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