Architectural Feature: El Camino Real International Heritage Center

2018 Architecture + Community Award Winner For newer buildings or sites completed within the last 50 years that have made our community stronger. A joint endeavor between the State of New Mexico and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, the museum and visitor center is located 26 miles south of Socorro, New Mexico, at a remote … Continue reading Architectural Feature: El Camino Real International Heritage Center

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

Architectural Feature: Sky City Cultural Center and Haak’u Museum

2017 NMAF Award Winner For newer buildings or sites completed within the last 50 years that have made our community stronger. Home to a land they have inhabited for centuries, the Pueblo of Acoma people are a resilient community that have graciously opened their doors to share their history with others. In 2002, after their … Continue reading Architectural Feature: Sky City Cultural Center and Haak’u Museum

Architectural Feature: Bow & Arrow Brewing Company

Bow & Arrow Brewing Company is inspired by the unique heritage, landscape, and people of the Great American Southwest. The Bow & Arrow represents self-reliance, protection, flexibility and skill, and their beloved “hop arrowhead” logo, with its clean and strong geometric design, embodies the spirit of Native American arts and also references a hop cone, … Continue reading Architectural Feature: Bow & Arrow Brewing Company