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Architecture in New Mexico

Architecture in New Mexico, chronological:

Aug 19, 2021
United States Land Port of Entry
Design: Richter Architects
United States Land Port of Entry, Columbus, New Mexico
photo courtesy of BIA
United States Land Port of Entry, New Mexico
The Chihuahuan Desert at this location extends to the horizon in every direction with scant evidence of civilization to be seen. Grasslands create ribbons of yellow, gold, ochre, sage and grey.

Aug 21, 2018
SITE Santa Fe New Mexico Competition 2017
Design: SHoP Architects
SITE Santa Fe New Mexico Competition building
photograph © Jeff Goldberg/Esto
SITE Santa Fe New Mexico Competition
SHoP designed a comprehensive renovation and expansion of the exhibition and support spaces at SITE Santa Fe, one of the leading contemporary art institutions in the Southwest.

Mar 28, 2018
Sundial House
Architect: Specht
Sundial House
photograph : Taggart Sorensen
Sundial House Santa Fe

page updated Oct 18, 2016 with new images ; Oct 7, 2014
Torcasso Residence in New Mexico, Santa Fe
Design: Page, architects
Torcasso Residence in Santa Fe
photo from architects
Torcasso Residence in Santa Fe
Inspired by the spectacular landscape of northern New Mexico and by the prospect of living in nature in a way that creates a constant and memorable connection to the mountains, the sky, the air and the climate of this extraordinary place.

Mar 5, 2013
SITE Santa Fe: New Mexico Architecture Competition
SITE Santa Fe Competition
images from competition organiser
SITE Santa Fe New Mexico Architecture Competition
SITE Santa Fe is pleased to present an opportunity for innovative and experimental architects and designers to submit proposals for a temporary structure that explores the many connotations of the “landscape” as these relate to ideas about “siting” in place, “siting” in history, “siting” in territorial infrastructure, and “siting” in land-based economies.

Feb 21, 2014 + Jul 31, 2013
New Mexico Highlands University Student Union
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects
New Mexico Highlands University Student Union
photo : Robert Reck
An innovative and highly sustainable building has opened at New Mexico Highlands University. The Student Union Building is designed to respond to the American Southwest climate and connects the campus with the community of Las Vegas, New Mexico.

New Mexico Architecture

e-architecture feature the most significant New Mexico Buildings, USA. We post completed New Mexico buildings plus new building designs across the state.

Major New Mexico Building Designs, alphabetical:

Sante Fe Visual Arts Centre

Legorreta & Legorreta

School of Architecture and Planning, Albuquerque
Antoine Predock
University of New Mexico building

Spaceport America
Foster + Partners
Spaceport America
image : Foster + Partners
Spaceport America
This futuristic design for a terminal hangar facility building was created by a group of American and British architects. They were selected through an international design competition. URS Corporation are one of the world’s largest design and engineering firms. Foster + Partners are a high end architects office working globally.

Turbulence House

Design: Steven Holl Architects

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Location: New Mexico, United States of America

US Architecture

US Architecture Designs – chronological list

Neighbouring State/Country Architecture to New Mexico

Arizona Buildings

Colorado Buildings

Oklahoma Buildings

New Mexico Architects – Antoine Predock : practice with office based in Albuquerque

Spaceport architects – Foster + Partners

Dallas Buildings

Texas Architecture

Winspear Opera House, Dallas
Design: Foster + Partners
American Opera house
photograph : Iwan Baan
Winspear Opera House

Perot Museum of Nature & Science, Dallas
Design: Morphosis
Perot Museum of Nature & Science
picture from architect
Perot Museum of Nature & Science


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