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Jane Smith, Santa Fe Sense of Place
Jane Smith, Santa Fe Sense of Place

Thu, Jan 13



Jane Smith, Santa Fe Sense of Place

While still honoring the historic integrity of the area, these homes are at the same time modern, and reflect the distinct personalities of their owners. This can result in an exciting feeling of cultural whiplash that lovers of the New Mexican culture have come to appreciate.

Date, Time & Location

Jan 13, 2022, 6:00 PM MST


About the Event

This event will take place on Zoom, please register here.

Jane will be in conversation with Architectural Photographer, Peter Vitale and Graphic Designer, Michael Motley.

Order Santa Fe Sense of Place by calling the store at (505) 988-4226

An iconic Santa Fe Interior Design Book created by Jane Smith, who has lived in Santa Fe since the 1980’s and has a deep connection to the unique beauty, architecture, light, nature, and interiors that make this city so special.

Take an intimate and leisurely stroll through 18 distinctive homes, each introduced by the homeowner sharing their personal love letter to Santa Fe. The houses in this book are spaces where lives have been lived: homes where children have been raised, new life chapters have begun, and where artists have found inspiration. Santa Fe Sense of Place captures the intimate connection to home in striking photographs and personal stories.

About the Author

An Allied member of ASID, Jane Smith has built and remodeled numerous homes, with comprehensive experience from the planning stages to the finishing touches. Combining exceptional furnishings with sumptuous fabrics, Jane Smith creates interiors that are distinctive for their comfortable elegance. Color and texture are important elements in her unique style, emphasizing personal objects and art placed throughout livable spaces.

In addition to private residences in New Mexico and Aspen and Nashville, Jane designed the interiors for the 30,000 square-foot Imus Ranch in New Mexico, as well as the private Glacier Clubhouse in Durango. Jane has also been featured on HGTV.

Jane's interiors have been published in Milieu, Cowboys and Indians,  Western Interiors and Design, Veranda, Architectural Digest, Country Home, Mountain Living, The Santa Fean, Ladies Home Journal, and Town and Country.

Her work can also be seen in many design books, including The Divine Home, Santa Fe Houses, New Gardens Of The American West, Living Homes, Southwest Style, and A Place In The Country.

Jane was born in Alabama, grew up in Chicago and spent many years in Aspen before settling in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she currently resides.

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