Paul Weideman Architecture Santa Fe: A Guidebook
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Sun-baked adobe and weathered portales. Diamond-plastered walls glowing beneath dark vigas. What makes the famous Santa Fe Style a language all its own — and how was it developed, evolved, and in some cases deliberately rejected?
Longtime Santa Fe New Mexican architecture and real-estate writer Paul Weideman’s exhaustive study of the City Different’s history and buildings, which includes 160 photographs and an appendix where he lists more than 80 late architects and master builders who made their marks on Santa Fe, is a journey into the past, present and future of the oldest capital city in the United States.