Pueblo Revival Architecture Style

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  • Fireplace: Arizona Hillside Pueblo House

    There’s something inherently soothing about this Arizona home, isn’t there? Architect Lee Hutchinson built this residence in his signature organic pueblo style, designed “of and from the…   Read the Blog

  • Home Exterior: Arizona Hillside Pueblo House

    Architect Lee Hutchinson built this residence in his signature style, designed “of and from the surrounding landscape” with curving forms and natural materials.   See the Gallery

  • Lake Forest Pueblo Revival Living Room

    We have a hankering for design problems tagged "mission impossible," and this one has it in spades. You expect to see this style close to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains rather than on five acres in a…   Read the Article

  • Built between 1906 and 1908 on the University of New Mexico campus in Albuquerque, Estufa was one of the first buildings in the country to use the Pueblo style.

    See examples of the pueblo revival architectural style and famous pueblo revival landmarks.   See the Gallery

  • As traditional Indian Pueblos were organized around a common space, Pueblo homes often incorporate a sheltered courtyard or patio.

    As traditional Indian Pueblos were organized around a common space, Pueblo homes often incorporate a sheltered courtyard or patio.   See the Image

  • Enclosed courtyards and flat, sloping roofs are also frequently found in this home style.

    Some of the most common features of Pueblo Revival homes are earthy building materials like adobe, large wooden components and rounded exteriors with square windows, as seen in this home.…   See the Image

  • Heavy doors, ceiling beams and porch posts are a striking counterpart to the smooth walls typical of Pueblo architecture.

    Heavy doors, ceiling beams and porch posts are a striking counterpart to the smooth walls typical of Pueblo architecture. The timbers used are called vigas and they're usually exposed at the…   See the Image

  • If you live in a hot climate, the eco-friendly advantages of a Pueblo-style structure are hard to beat.

    If you live in a hot climate, the eco-friendly advantages of a Pueblo-style structure are hard to beat. The thick walls are superb insulation against the elements.   See the Image

  • A National Historic Landmark in Arizona, the Painted Desert Inn is another great example of Pueblo Revival architecture.

    A National Historic Landmark in Arizona, the Painted Desert Inn is another great example of Pueblo Revival architecture. The building features the large wooden components common of the style. The…   See the Image

  • Built between 1906 and 1908 on the University of New Mexico campus in Albuquerque, Estufa was one of the first buildings in the country to use the Pueblo style.

    Built between 1906 and 1908 on the University of New Mexico campus in Albuquerque, Estufa was one of the first buildings in the country to use the Pueblo style. Loosely based on a kiva -- or room…   See the Image