Pueblo Revival Architecture Style

  • Pueblo-style homes are sometimes made of traditional adobe (sun-dried mud), but can also be built with concrete, stucco or mortar.

    Pueblo-style homes are sometimes made of traditional adobe (sun-dried mud), but can also be built with concrete, stucco or mortar. Rounded exteriors with square windows reflect the look of the…   See the Image

  • Santa Fe's Canyon Road, home to the city's famed arts colony, boasts numerous examples of the city's signature Pueblo Revival homes.

    Santa Fe's Canyon Road, home to the city's famed arts colony, boasts numerous examples of the city's signature Pueblo Revival homes. The oldest adobe homes on Canyon Road date to the 1750s, and…   See the Image

  • Luxurious, contemporary interpretations of the Pueblo Revival style, featuring pools and comfortable outdoor living areas, can be found in many Southwestern states.

    Luxurious, contemporary interpretations of the Pueblo Revival style, featuring pools and comfortable outdoor living areas, can be found in many Southwestern states. While some new, high-end…   See the Image

  • 1999: Pueblo Revival

    Published 02/22/13 in Houses
    1999: Pueblo Revival Style Home

    The pinnacle of Pueblo Revival architecture can be seen at the heart of this 175-acre Santa Fe ranch. In every corner of this meticulously maintained home, the proud culture of the city can be felt.…   See the Image

  • Pueblo-Style Home

    Published 02/18/13 in Houses
    Pueblo-Style Home

    Earthy adobe walls, enclosed courtyards and rounded exteriors with square windows and heavy wood doors are signatures of this ancient home style. Lawns and plants that need plenty of water are…   See the Image

  • Pueblo-style homes are sometimes made of traditional adobe (sun-dried mud), but can also be built with concrete, stucco or mortar.

    This type of home, immensely popular in the Southwest, has deeper roots than almost any other type of American architecture. It developed in New Mexico and Arizona around the turn of the 20th…   Read the Article