Guide to New Mexico Architecture – The interactive edition

The annual architectural tour on November 2, 2019 was a celebration of the re-launch of the Guide to New Mexico Architecture. Tour participants were able to visit several of the sites in Albuquerque that are featured in the guide. First developed as a Guide to Albuquerque Architecture, this online resource features important and distinctive architectural sites. The … Continue reading Guide to New Mexico Architecture – The interactive edition

The Art and Architecture of Taos

With the convergence of architecture and art, Taos provides a breathtaking backdrop that stimulates a rich understanding and appreciation of our state’s traditions. The 25 participants of this year’s three-day architectural tour enjoyed VIP access to eight Taos sites during the weekend of November 2. SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: Living Designs Group Architects  |  Studio … Continue reading The Art and Architecture of Taos

A Toast to 30 Years of Honoring New Mexico’s Architectural Excellence

Along with a celebration of its 30 year anniversary, the New Mexico Architectural Foundation’s annual tour took place on Saturday, Oct. 28 focusing on the work of Henry Trost and the architecture firm of Trost & Trost. The tour was a well attended and began with an informative lecture by NMAF member and architect Channell … Continue reading A Toast to 30 Years of Honoring New Mexico’s Architectural Excellence

2017 Architectural Tour: A Toast to Trost

Since 1987, NMAF has conducted architecture tours to encourage and share interest in New Mexico’s enchanting treasures. This year’s Toast to Trost on Oct. 28 will be the Foundation’s 30th tour. The day will kick-off with a lecture by NMAF member and architect Channell Graham, one of the founders of the Albuquerque Conservation Association (TACA). Henry … Continue reading 2017 Architectural Tour: A Toast to Trost

A Day Among Santa Fe’s Most Amazing Settings

This year, the Foundation’s Annual Architectural Tour took participants to places deeper into the cultural fabric of Santa Fe. A new (old) Santa Fe was revealed. During the Oct. 15 tour, there was the beautiful and memorable architecture at each site, along with the stimulating people. And, the spectacular New Mexico autumn weather framed it … Continue reading A Day Among Santa Fe’s Most Amazing Settings

2016 Architectural Tour: Studious Sites of Santa Fe

Santa Fe has an abundance of educational institutions tucked into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. These picturesque campuses feature historic and contemporary architecture, iconic of New Mexico. Since 1987, NMAF has conducted architecture tours to encourage and share interest in New Mexico’s enchanting treasures. This year’s Studious Sites of Santa Fe on Oct. 15 will be the Foundation’s … Continue reading 2016 Architectural Tour: Studious Sites of Santa Fe

Landmarks of the Española Valley — 28th Annual Tour

    October 24 was a beautiful New Mexico fall day, and about 40 people enjoyed the perfect weather for the New Mexico Architectural Foundation’s 28th Annual Architectural Tour. This year we explored the Landmarks of the Española Valley.  This is a historically significant region about 90 miles north of Albuquerque. The valley was the home of several … Continue reading Landmarks of the Española Valley — 28th Annual Tour

Discussions on Community Partnerships

During the Foundation’s annual architectural tour of the Landmarks of  Española Valley on Oct. 24, participants will learn how community partnerships have helped ensure these historic structures are preserved for future generations. >> 2015 Annual Architecture Tour registration information >> The following individuals will be the featured presenters for each tour location. Francisco Guillermo “Willie” Atencio … Continue reading Discussions on Community Partnerships