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From the sounds of hammer and table saws to the sight of tourists packing local galleries and historic sites, one thing is for certain: Santa Fe is back. On behalf of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association, I’m humbled to welcome you to the 30th annual Parade of Homes, featuring world-class construction and design packed into two gorgeous summer weekends.
In 2022, the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association band ed together to express our love of community through our efforts to bring relief to communities battered by this year’s monstrous wildfires that left much of Northern New Mexico charred and scarred. Amid that, we will continue to do what we do best — build. In this case, we’re building community through charitable donations, and a future steeped in tradition by recovering wood for construction from the very burned forests that provided materials for this region’s ancestral buildings.
SFAHBA Community Outreach 2021 Grand Hacienda Winner: Tierra Concepts It Takes a Community to Raise a Phoenix 2021 Parade Award Winners Electric Vehicles and the Homes of Tomorrow 2022 Parade Sponsors Learn How to Parade Special Events for the 30th Anniversary Haciendas Judging and Awards 2022 Parade Map 2022 Parade Entries Valerie President,MontoyaSanta Fe Area Home Builders Association SFAHBA President Valerie Montoya Home Building Santa Fe Style Publisher Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association Produced by Santa Fe New Mexican SantaPublisher,FeNew Mexican Tom Cross Sales SantaTeam,FeNew Mexican Wendy Ortega, Deb Meyers, Lisa Vakharia, Clara Holiday, Trina Thomas, Edith Keil SantaDesigners,FeNew Mexican Justin RickElspethBixlerHilbertArtiaga Contributors Henry M. Lopez Veronica Rigales Jennifer Levin Miles D. Conway Elayne Smith Lowe Jim AndreaWeberTinning Parade Committee Laura Gallegos, Chair Josh KathrynTanyaMilesJasonErickLynseyHenryChristopherBillTomStephanieValerieClaraValerieDeniceSagunaShultzSeversonLaRoqueMontoyaHolidayMontoyaMaresTreeceRothFortsonM.LopezPompeiStormOrnelasBalthropConwayDorameGrace Marketing Committee Christopher Fortson Henry M. Lopez Clara Holiday Gala Event Committee Josh Shultz, Chair Denice ClaraSagunaLaRoqueSeversonHoliday Sponsorship Committee Miles D. Conway Laura Gallegos Ticketing Committee Denice LaRoque Valerie Montoya Tanya Dorame Laura Gallegos Judging Committee Tom Treece, Chair Kathryn Grace Bill Roth Builder Committee Valerie LuraMilesJasonStephanieMontoyaMaresBalthrop.D.ConwayGallegos Silent CommitteeAuction Lynsey Pompei Storm Santa Fe Area Home Builders Assocaition executive officer Miles D. Conway 2022 HACIENDAS: A PARADE OF HOMES COMMITTEES Order single copies through sfahba.com • Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association: 2520 Camino Entrada Unit B, Santa Fe, NM 87507 • 505-982-1774 Haciendas magazine is provided by the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in the information provided. The association and the publisher assume no responsibility or liability for errors, omissions or changes. The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association is a trade association that offers opportunities for its members to display their products and services. We make no representation, expressed or implied, regarding the qualifications of our members and/or advertisers or the quality of their products and services; we invite you to examine them for yourself. 2022 Grand Hacienda
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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
As president of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association, I’m proud of the dedication our mem bers put into their projects every day and look forward to meeting you along this year’s parade route. We stand ready to help you with your next build or remodel and look forward to the next 30 years of service and excellence in our community. from the President
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SANTA FE HABITAT FOR HUMANITY A strong bond exists between SFAHBA and Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity (santafehabitat.org), which utilizes an almost entirely volunteer crew – plus homeowner-provided “sweat equity” — to build energy efficient, affordable homes. Many members contribute their time, energy and resources to produce homes in keeping with our local Habitat’s high standard of excellence.
Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association and its members proudly support these community programs
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The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association has a long-standing record in promoting green and sustainable building practices. SFAHBA helped to develop the Water Efficiency Rating Score (WERS), a predictive calculation tool and index that will not only help builders know more about their water use, but will also help governing bodies make permitting decisions, and homeowners to conserve water usage. Santa Fe’s WERS tool — soon to be renamed the “Water Rating Index” — was also recently approved for inclusion in the 2020 National Green Building Standard, where it will serve as a performance-path compliance option.
Valdez Bret McClanahan LynseyJasonTJPompei-StormRielandRogers ExecutivePresidentCommittee Valerie Montoya 1st Vice President Tom Treece 2nd Vice President Joshua Shultz Associate Vice President Jamie Aranda-Lopez Treasurer Ray Gee Secretary Emily Mascarenas Immediate Past President Matthew Segura Executive Officer Miles D. Conway Administrative Manager Tanya Dorame 2022 BOARD OF STAFFDIRECTORS About the Cover: Tierra Concepts in 2021 won its seventh Grand Hacienda Award presented by the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association. The team’s work is also highlighted in this magazine as the centerpiece story. “Our best homes we ever do is when you have a courageous owner who’s not afraid to take risks,” said Kurt Faust, co-founder and builder for Tierra Concepts. Read more on page 18. A PARADE OF HOMES Home Building Santa Fe Style Tierra Concepts’ Grand Hacienda Winner Amazes A new crop of Parade entrants vie to be No. 1 In home tech drives the EV revolution PAGE 18 PAGE 28 PAGE 48 Map your trip to the 2022 Parade of Homes Presented by the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association • santafeparadeofhomes.com ‘HOW TO PARADE’ ATTEND 30PARADETHEOFHOMESTHANNUAL •AUGUST12 14 &1921 • UC T N EDGEDESIGN O L D WORLDCRAFTS M A H P Learnin 2022 SFAHBA AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association
HOUSING FOR ALL SFAHBA is a member of the Santa Fe Housing Action Coalition (santafehousingaction.com), a broadbased community coalition dedicated to expanding the acces sibility and affordability of quality housing options in Santa Fe through systemic change that benefits all residents. The coalition has come together to address the many issues currently impeding the accessibility of housing for all who want to live in Santa Fe by organizing, convening, educating and mobilizing stakeholders to advocate for more community-responsive housing and land-use policy.
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The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association works tirelessly to foster resiliency, quality, and integrity in the construction and home building industries. Members are active in the community and responsive to the needs of our shared environments while driving the adoption of energy and water efficient technologies. We advocate for local and national policies that address problems in the construction-materials supply chain, encourage the devel opment of affordable-and-workforce housing and cultivate training opportunities for the next generation of craftspeople. We embrace the philosophy: We all do better when we all do better. HOMES
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Tierra Concepts, Inc. won the 2021 Grand Hacienda Award for its reinvention of a disjointed compound into a cohesive mas terpiece. The home showcases the crafts manship and coordination that goes into harmonizing details and breathing life into an “Thisidea.is an example of bringing the homeowner’s vision to fruition,” said Kurt Faust, co-founder and builder for Tierra Concepts. “Our best homes we ever do is when you have a courageous owner who’s not afraid to take risks.”
Photos: Wendy McEahern (c) By: Elayne Smith Lowe It started small, like many adobe homes around Santa Fe. With time, it grew. Dif ferent decades wove different fixtures and finishes into its patchwork, competing for dominance across 10,008 square feet. Yet still, it was unfinished. Still, it was not the house it could be.
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Originally built as a small adobe home, the house had at least two remodels, then sat empty for sev eral years before Faust and his team stepped inside. The house was built in 1960, according to the property description from the Office of the Santa Fe County Assessor. Previ ous owners added on to the origi nal structure in the 1970s or 1980s, then again sometime in the 1990s, Faust said. With each new owner and addition, the floorplan expanded, housing new ideas and features that felt cob bled together. With such an array, Faust said it took a lot of vision and creativity from the owners and proj ect team alike to realize the remodel.
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“The old house had way too much variety,” he said. “Every where you turned, you were overwhelmed by the variety of dispa rate elements.” The remodel was intended to create a tranquil atmosphere. A reimagined floor plan involved moving the kitchen and master bedroom to enhance the charm and personality of the space. The home boasts five bedrooms, 11 fireplaces, a dry and wet bar, a caterer’s kitchen and about 5,000 square feet of wraparound portals. It sits tucked away on 2.8 acres on the outskirts of Santa Fe, with views of the city and the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Subtle, neutral walls reflect natural light from the many win dows and tie rooms together as dark hardwood floors invite people into separate areas for entertaining and relaxing. The doors — many works of art themselves — open into spaces adorned with hand-forged Mexican chandeliers and sconces. Throughout the home, modern updates blend with carved vigas, “The old house had way too much variety.”
22 Haciendas - A Parade of Homes arched openings, hand-painted tiles, engraved doors and sculpted ironwork. Some of these updates were house-wide, such as the new electrical system. Others manifested in small details, such as the light-up stone bar or additional ironwork from the original artist.
Ultimately, the interpretation and execu tion of this home’s transformation land edTierra Concepts an unprecedented sev enth Grand Hacienda Award.
Tierra Concepts reworked former bed rooms to create his and her bathrooms featuring a step-in shower in one and a standalone tub in the other, feeling more like a spa than a simple bath.
“It doesn’t matter where you are in the home, you just know you’re in Santa Fe,” said Santa Fe Home Builders Association Executive Officer Miles Conway. “[Tierra Concepts] were really able to unify the home and abide by the original spirit of the Conwayhouse.”said as many people live in these adobe houses that started as 200 squarefoot dwellings and find themselves ques tioning floor plans that expanded out
“Everything in that house is sumptuous,” said Saguna Severson, Tierra Concepts marketing director. “It’s such a beautiful interpretation of Santa Fe style.”
is possible because the whole team is artistic and attentive to details, Faust said, which has enabled them to succeed and not just win awards but to realize the visions of “Wehomeowners.lovetomake beautiful things,” Faust said. “We are craftsmen. Doing well runs through everything we do.”
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“It doesn’t matter where you are in the home, you just know you’re in Santa Fe.”
Severson said part of Tierra Concepts’ Grand Hacienda success can be attributed to their innovative mindset. “It speaks to that we never really stay the same and we keep pushing the Santa Fe style,” she Thissaid.
AN ESSAY ON THE PROSPECTS OF REBIRTH FROM NEW MEXICO’S WILDFIRE SEASON ical recovery that includes the psychic scars of those who call the region home. But those trees’ sacrifice need not be wasted. With will, creativity and community buy-in, burned trees can be harvested and processed locally into vigas, latil las and other milled lumber to be used by the commu nity for rebuilding and recovery. To be sure, most burned trees need to remain in the forest providing nutrients for environmental recovery as they break down and compost the forest floor. Yet countless trees must be removed for safety reasons, which provides an opportunity to gather what has grown, developed and burned locally.
It Takes a Community to Raise a Phoenix
New Mexicans and anyone holding a deep love of nature’s beauty have co lossal reasons to mourn. Well more than 300,000 acres have burned, turning verdant lands into moonscapes and setting the stage for a long-term ecolog
At this moment, as communities reel from the trauma and devastation wrought by the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon fires, bold moves can be made to set the stage for healing and a chance to rebuild in a meaningful way by re claiming trees from the burn scars of Northern New Mexico and using them to rebuild our communities.
Truckloads will be sold at auction. With so much fed eral money made available and a commitment from the U.S. government to rebuild communities, it is within the realm of possibility that all usable wood that is necessary to remove from the forests could be made available as usable lumber to fire-impacted families.
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Already we are seeing elected officials moving quick ly, making firewood available to nearby communities. The Forest Service is expected to move quickly to im plement a Burned Area Emergency Response. Boiled down, the response will hire a contractor to remove all of the burned, dead or badly damaged hazard trees within a certain distance of roadways.
New Mexico lumber mills stand ready. Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association member, Mammoth Mill By Rachel Wood, Marie Rodríguez, Miles D. Conway, Mikahla Beutler Photos: Jim Weber
Territorial and pueblo architecture and adobe construction unique to north ern New Mexico are typically fire-resistant and energy-efficient. These are homes that commemorate what we’ve lost while looking to a sustainable and resilient future.
The response to the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon fire has the potential to serve as a pilot for future efforts that could replace the disillusion that typically fol lows the “honeymoon” phase of recovery with collaborative reconstruction.
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25 in Eagle’s Nest, a sustainable forestry-products busi ness, is already offering discounts and free forestry products it had previously harvested to those impact ed. Mills like Mammoth and other local operations are capable of processing trees from the fire and mak ing them available to the communities for rebuilding projects. Such efforts provide a link to New Mexico’s historic past by using the same materials from the same sources that the area’s forebearers used. Add into the mix some homegrown New Mexico ado be organizations, and we have key elements neces sary to rebuild structures with traditional materials that might equal the signifiance and beauty of what has been lost. This approach, also, seeds an empow ering process moving our communities through this destructive chapter of Northern New Mexico history. Our elected officials need to know that people im pacted by fires in San Miguel and Mora counties need the chance to rebuild with New Mexico forestry prod ucts. The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association has been active in starting those conversations at the local, state and federal levels. Programs like the Veri fied Source Good Wood Program (goodwoodverified. com) are working with Sandia National Laboratory engineers to rate New Mexico timber for structural integrity, meaning it may in fact be permissible under building codes to use the burned trees as structural materials inside home in the future. In the same way that people often describe grief through the well-known stages of denial, anger, bar gaining, depression and acceptance, other organiza tions such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Ser vices Administration developed a model that identifies phases of recovery which appear in communities fol lowing a wildfire or other disaster. In this model, what stands out is how quickly the emo tional highs experienced by adversely-impacted people give way to deep emotional lows. Over time myriad stepping stones for a long recovery begins to emerge. In the case of New Mexico wildfires, cascading losses may come as monsoon rains lead to dangerous flooding and debris flows. Those affected by the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon fires must navigate emo tional currents as they struggle through devastating losses. You cannot antic ipate cascading trauma, but you can mitigate the impacts by setting in mo tion community conversations that develop clear pathways toward economic, emotional and environmental recovery.
Rachel Wood has worked as a forester for over 20 years. Marie Rodríguez is with Prom ise PCES, LLC Planning, Communications & Environmental Services; Miles D. Conway is executive officer of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association, which serves seven northern New Mexico counties; Mikahla Beutler, LPCC, is a licensed psychotherapist in Santa Fe.
Perhaps weaving the recovery of our forests into the rebuilding of our homes and businesses will promote healing. While the fragile soil within the burned area cannot always tolerate the im pacts of salvage logging, well-planned tree harvesting can be an important tool in stabilizing and restoring burned forests Incorporating fire-harvested trees into adobe, log or other home construction methods could help people move from despair to healing.
This article appeared in a longer form in the August 2022 issue of The Green Fire Times. To see the fuller article, visit greenfiretimes.com
Home is both a literal structure and an emotional experience. Both are built from the stories we make of it—a tree we planted here, a board we measured growing children against there, a pile of rocks where we buried Good Dog. Part of healthy recovery involves how we incorporate trauma—in this case, the fire—into the story of home.
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Grid changes are positive for the environment but neces sitate a shift in thinking about how power is distributed.
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Currently, electricity flows from power stations to con sumers. Experts in the industry say that in the future, this one-way street will be a two-way thoroughfare, or a series of connected streets, known as microgrids. One of the big gest sources of potential for change is electric vehicles, or EVs. Unlike traditional combustion-engine vehicles, EVs don’t require gasoline and have lower lifetime maintenance costs. They can also revolutionize the way we generate and store electricity. “EVs are mobile batteries. In the future, an EV becomes not just an asset to you, but an asset to everyone,” says Alaric Babej, principal of PNM’s Customer Energy Solutions department.
Currently, there are three levels of EV chargers. Level 3 super-chargers can top off an empty battery in 30 min utes, but require too much power for home use. A Level 1 charger plugs directly into a standard 120-volt AC out let — and takes about two days to fully charge your car. The best option for residential charging is a Level 2 char ger, which does the job in four to six hours. Installation requires an electrician — and possible upgrades to your electrical panel if you have an older home. You may also bear the financial hit of upgrading your neighborhood’s transformer if your electrical needs will max-out its ca pacity. Babej says this scenario happens rarely, and there are a number of PNM rebate programs available and in the works that can reduce costs associated with a Level 2 charger. If there were a power outage, you could power your home for a couple of days with a fully charged EV. In the future, utility companies could pay consumers to source energy from their charged EVs during times of peak need — like after work in the summer, when every one is cranking their air-conditioners — and then give it back. It’s how grid-tied solar power systems already
Thomas Edison formed the Edison Electric Light Compa ny in New York City in 1878 after patenting the first in candescent lightbulb. But the inventor from our history schoolbooks couldn’t have anticipated the role electricity would come to play in society. Just for starters, we rely on it to light, heat, and cool our homes, and to cook and store our food. We require a constant flow to our computers, be cause digital communication and storage are essential to our business, medical, and even our entertainment infra structures. And today’s needs are stressing out a grid made to handle far fewer people and their appliances. “It’s been said that if Thomas Edison woke up today, he would recognize the grid because it’s still fundamentally what it used to be,” says David Breecker, president of Mi crogrid Systems Laboratory, a Santa Fe-based innovation center for decentralized energy systems. “That’s complete ly changing, largely in response to the need for increased resilience, and the need to mitigate climate change.”
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For people building new homes, it makes sense to factor all of this in during design and construction, to be ready for the changes coming to the grid over the next 10 to 20 years. To upgrade an older home, start by look ing for ways to improve energy efficiency, says Jim DesJardin, executive director of the Renewable Energy Industries Association of New Mexico. “You want to identify the low-hanging fruit in your home. I live in a 1940s ranch house in Albuquerque. The first thing we did was insulate the at tic. We got new windows. We put foam on the outside of the home and re-stuccoed, which is easier than opening up the walls. That’s the basic stuff, but how I see the future is that every building has a solar system on it. To me, it’s natural that you generate your own energy.”
work, says Christopher Fortson, marketing director at Pos itive Energy Solar. “If you’re producing more solar energy than your home needs at any given time, that excess clean solar energy will go back onto the grid and be utilized in that neighborhood, and the utility gives you a credit for that. That really is a sharing of energy.” And, homeowners can store solar power with a battery backup system.
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Many of the homes sit right on the cutting edge of what’s possible, the innovations you see today could be built into the homes of tomorrow. At the same time, builders and de signers are keenly aware that they are in Santa Fe and sit ting on the shoulders of history and a unique design ver nacular unique to the region. Preservation, restoration and reinterpretation of classic building techniques are always on Visitdisplay.santafeparadeofhomes.com for schedule updates and special event information. Happy parading.
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34 Haciendas - A Parade of Homes Haciendas: A Parade of Homes has been a staple of the Santa Fe summer for decades, attracting thousands of locals and tourists alike into jaw-dropping building projects that ce ment Santa Fe’s position as a thought leader in design, con struction and innovation.
To get started, purchase tickets online at santafeparadeof homes.com. The website will serve as your online base of operations throughout the Parade of Homes and your tickets give you access to homes on the Parade route for both weekends. Not sure where to start? Start anywhere; page 47 of this magazine includes a map and driving instructions to sites along the route. A QR code on the page can be scanned on a smartphone to provide a map to each site and make navi gating Homeseasier.areavailable for viewing 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 12-14 and Aug 19-21.
By: Haciendas Magazine Photos by Jim Weber Thousands take the Parade route each year, which provides a festive atmosphere to complement Santa Fe’s legendary summer weather. Adding to the experience, the builders, designers and craftspeople who made the magic happen are also in attendance and are eager to answer questions.
For those who’ve not been on the Parade of Homes route in a few years, or are new to the event, here are some tips and information that will help familiarize you with the event and get the most out of this summer highlight.
The Santa Fe Home Builders Association began the Parade of Homes in 1992 and continues the annual celebration of Santa Fe’s building trades. Members of the association enter their best projects and work with homeowners to hold the best open-house-style event in the Southwest.
While the scale and overall impression of the entrants into the Parade of Homes can be awe inspiring, take notice of the details. Builders in the Parade of Homes take nothing for granted and are seeking to advance their crafts in ways big and small. As much as the Parade is a celebration, it is also a competi tion and design-build teams are vying for a slate of awards, including the top award, the coveted Grand Hacienda, which Tierra Concepts won in 2021. See the story on page 19 for more information.
Indeed, the Parade evolves, this year a slate of special tours are planned throughout the community with more in the works. See page 36 for information and visit santafepa radeofhomes.com for additional locations.
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DNCA + Studio GP, the architectural team behind the Vladem Con temporary, will offer small docent-style led tours of the Vladem Con temporary build site to a limited number of Parade ticket holders on Saturday, Aug. 13. 45 tickets are available at santafeparadeofhomes.com (3 tours w/ 15 tickets for each tour time slot)
Tuesday, Aug. 16 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM 100 E San Francisco Street
TUESDAY, AUG. 16
Special Events for the 30th Anniversary Haciendas - A PARADE OF HOMES
Join us for an elegant and festive evening at the historic La Fonda on the Plaza to celebrate the builders, remodelers, specialty con tractors and designers who have created the best open house in the West for 2022..
Neither video recording nor photography of the interior Vladem Contemporary spaces is not permitted during the tours. No. 2 NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS AND THE NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS –ART INSTITUTE
The NMSA-Art Institute invites you to join us for small docent-style led tours of the new campus in the Railyard District to a limited num ber of Parade ticket holders on Saturday, Aug. 13. Sixty tickets are available (20 tickets for each tour time slot). Par ticipants will need to present their state-issued identification and will receive a visitor badge at the start of the tour.
B Friday,ConstructivAug.19 4 - 8 PM 3622 A Rodeo Lane Lightfoot Inc Friday, Aug. 19 4-8 PM 458 Camino De Las Animas
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Saturday, Aug. 13 11 AM | Noon | 1 PM 500 Montezuma Ave. Visit santafeparadeofhomes.com for online maps to the homes. Parade Homes are open August 12-14 and 19-21 from 10AM - 5PM In celebration of our 30th anniversary, the builders and our greater creative community have pulled out all the stops and are offering a marvelous collection of special events for Santa Feans and our visiting guests to enjoy.
No.1 VLADEM CONTEMPORARY
FRIDAY, AUG. 19 TWILIGHT PARADE TOURS Visit Beautiful Homes During the Golden Hour Visit santafeparadeofhomes.com to see where the Twilight Tour pop-up parties will take place. Each year a few of the home builders participating in the Parade of Homes host a special twilight tours replete with cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres. This year you’re in for a treat as builder Scott Cherry and the team at Lightfoot Inc. will host parade goers at the historic 1921 B.J.O. Nordfeldt home. Nordfeldt adorned the home with hand carved lintels and wood trim, creating a home that is truly a piece of art. The property along with his sig nature woodwork endured for 100 years and has been stewarded through history by various owners who added their touches while preserving Nordfeldt’s imprint. * Twilight Tours are included in with a Parade of Homes ticket at no additional cost.
SATURDAY, AUG. 13 TOURS
Saturday, Aug. 13 11AM | Noon | 1 PM Corner of Montezuma Ave and Guadalupe Street
GALA DINNER AND AWARDS CEREMONY A special evening to celebrate Santa Fe Style homes and the craftspeople who bring them to life
The builder appreciation reception and cocktail hour takes place on Las Terrazas overlooking the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. Dinner is served in La Fonda’s ballroom as the awards for 2022 Grand Hacienda, Best in Show Santa Fe Modern, Best in Show Santa Fe Traditional, Craftsmanship, Peoples Choice, Green Building and more are presented. Visit santafeparadeofhomes.com for ticket information.
Check santafeparadeofhomes.com.com during Parade of Homes weekends to see additional Extraordinary Community Spaces Tours being added to the tour.
The Siler Yard Arts+Creativity Center began in 2012 when Creative Santa Fe engaged with Artspace to investigate the possibility of an affordable live/work rental project in Santa Fe. The core of the proj ect is 65 units of income-restricted affordable live/work rental hous ing in one- two- and three-bedroom configurations. Siler Yard is the first multifamily structure in New Mexico designed to be net-zero energy, meaning it will generate enough solar electricity to offset its entire consumption as well as feature cutting-edge wa ter and energy efficiency. Join the Siler Yard Arts+Creativity Center team for docent-led tours from 10-2 pm Aug. 21. Special reserva tions are not required for this tour and Parade of Homes ticket hold ers are invited to attend.
SATURDAY, AUG. 20
EXTRAORDINARY COMMUNITY SPACES TOURS No. 3 THE SILER YARD ARTS+CREATIVITY CENTER
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SATURDAY, AUG. 20 2022 HACIENDA PARADE OF HOMES VIP RECEPTION AT THE DEER STALKER RESIDENCE
Saturday, Aug. 20 10AM to 2PM Baca Street District, Santa Fe Railyard 900 Shoofly Street
Saturday, Aug. 20 200 Tickets available at santafeparadeofhomes.com
The wedged-shaped Baca Street District marks the southern end of the Santa Fe Railyard and once served as a coal and fuel storage yard for the Denver and Rio Grande and New Mexico Central rail ways. The area still connects to the north railyard by a still visible rail alignment across the area currently occupied by the New Mexico School of the Deaf. The ten-acre site now hosts myriad creative businesses and non-traditional living spaces that serve as exam ples of how Santa Fe might make innovative use of limited urban space to create thriving, livable, and breathable micro-communities. Head over to the Baca Railyard District (900 Block of Shoofly Street) 10 am-2 pm Saturday, Aug. 20 and be treated to special tours of the living spaces, businesses, gallery openings, and a demonstration of Hempcrete, an architectural building material of the future.
Saturday, Aug. 20 from 10AM - 2PM 1218 Siler Road No. 4 THE BACA STREET DISTRICT, SANTA FE RAILYARD AND TRAILHEAD
Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association members, Architect and Builder Ramón Gabriel Martinez and Luxury Real Estate Broker and Builder Paul Sidebottom of High Desert Architecture and High Desert Homes host this event. You can experience exclusive ac cess to the Deer Stalker residence, its owners, renowned artists and Christian Pontiggia, owner of Sassella and 2021 New Mexi co Chef of the Year. The Santa Fe Symphony Chamber Ensemble will perform with proceeds going to the Santa Fe Symphony Youth Mentorship Program. Visit santafeparadeofhomes.com for details.
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EXPERIENCE THE PARADE IN PERSONHACIENDAS: A PARADE OF HOMES IS A COMPETITION AUGUST 12-14 and AUGUST 19-21 Photo: Wendy McEahern(c)
BEST DESIGN Circulation, livability, site planning, innovation and conveniences. BEST OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE Integration of inside/outside, utilization of views, landscaping and efficient use of natural materials.
BEST MASTER SUITE Circulation, materials, comfort and beauty. MOST EFFICIENT Recognizes an outstanding effort or detail of green building, including water efficiency, energy efficiency and other green systems.
THE TED SWISHER MEMORIAL GREEN BUILDING AWARD
BEST CRAFTSMANSHIP Quality of workmanship, integration of materials, functionality and sustainability.
An award recognizing outstanding achievements in green building and honoring the housing advocacy work of Ted Swisher. Each of the homes on the tour will be judged by local experts builders, architects, Realtors and past winners. The judges will evaluate each of the homes in different price categories for: The Santa Fe Parade of Homes is a self-guided tour of new and newly remodeled homes celebrating the best in design and construction. Homes will be accessible 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Parade dates. Tickets for the event are available for $20 online at santafeparadeofhomes.com or at participating homes along the Parade route. A map of participating homes is available on pages 46-47. A special Twilight Tour of two projects in the Parade by Lightfoot Inc. and B Constructiv are also scheduled. No ticket is required for the Twilight Tour. Information on these projects is available on pages 36. Visitors to the Parade of Homes website at santafeparadeofhomes.com will be treated to exclusive content of projects featured in the Parade.
The overall “Best of Show” award is called the Grand Hacienda. This award goes to the entry, in any price category, that is the most memorable and outstanding.
BEST KITCHEN Functionality, surface materials and conveniences.
2021 GRAND HACIENDA AWARD WINNER: TIERRA CONCEPTS
MOST INNOVATIVE This award recognizes an original, inventive, or outstanding effort or detail that goes beyond ordinary building conventions or style.
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Directions: Exit NM 599 at Camino La Tierra and follow Camino La Tierra 2.6 miles. Slight left onto Las Campanas Drive and continue for 1.2 miles, turning left onto Plaza del Centro.
Directions: Exit NM 599 at Camino La Tierra and follow Camino La Tierra 5 miles. Slight left at Las Campanas Drive and continued for 1.4 miles and turn right on Hacienda Del Canon. 7 Hacienda Del Canon Santa Fe 13 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 72
Directions: Exit NM 599 at Camino La Tierra and follow Camino La Tierra for 2.6 miles. Slight left onto Las Campanas Drive and drive for 1.5 miles, turn right on Clubhouse Dr. and drive for 1.3 miles. Make a left on Grey Wolf and left onto Deer Stalker. 4 DeerSantaStalkerFe 05 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 56
Directions: Head south on Agua Fria St. from St. Francis Dr for 2.5 miles. Turn left at Paseo De Corazon, the unit will be on the left. 1109 Paseo Corazon Bldg D Unit 10 06 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 58
Directions: Exit NM 599 at Camino La Tierra and follow Camino La Tierra 2.6 miles. Slight left onto Las Campanas Drive for 1.8 miles. Turn left to Ranch Estates Rd and turn left to Calle Ventoso East and continue .4 miles.
Directions: Exit NM 599 at Camino La Tierra and follow Camino La Tierra about five miles. Turn right on Via de Las Yeguas and turn right at Camino Alazan, continue for .2 miles. 18 Camino Alazan Santa Fe 01 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 48 Uncompromising Integrity. Inspired Craftsmanship.
Directions: Exit NM 599 at Camino La Tierra and follow Camino La Tierra about five miles. Turn left on Via De Las Yeguas. 6 Via De Las Yeguas Santa Fe 04 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 54
Directions: From NM 599, drive .6 miles east on Airport Road, turn right at Paseo De Sol West for .6 miles. Take the first exit at the traffic circle ontp Plaza Central and in .2 miles turn right on Vuelta De La Luz and follow it about 500 feet.
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3890 Old Santa Fe Trail “Home is Located on Tatum Lane” 03 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 52
Directions: Head south on Richards Avenue from Rodeo Road for 1.1 miles turning left at the traffic circle onto Willow Back Road. Drive 1.1 miles. Turn right at Craftsman Road, which becomes Blue Feather Road. 12 Blue Feather Rd Santa Fe 10 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 66
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208 Lugar de Monte Vista Santa Fe 02 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 50
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Directions: A virtual tour is planned at the site of this forthcoming project. Turn into Clubhouse Drive from Las Campanas Drive and continue for 1 mile. Turn left on Trailhead Drive and turn left on Palomita Drive in .5 miles followed by a left on Via Pampa in .2 miles and turn right on to Calle Arbusto. 34 Plaza del Centro Santa Fe 6B CalleSantaArbustoFe 11 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 68 14 - VIEW ENTRY ON PAGE 74
Directions: Head south on Old Santa Fe Trail from Paseo de Peralta for a half mile, turn left to remain on Old Santa Fe Trail and proceed along Old Santa Fe Trail for 2 miles. Turn right on Tatum Lane.
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ABOUT THE BUILDER: Boss Builders is a local, fam ily-owned business with deep roots and love for our Santa Fe community and architecture. We build with honesty and integrity while priding ourselves on know ing we provide our clients with high-quality, sustainable family homes.
This beautiful modern home is particularly special to the team at Boss Build ers, which participated in the project from the design by Archaeo Architects all the way through the build’s completion. The result is a modern showpiece with exquisite details and finishes. The home’s spine separates sets of massings that compose the home. On the east side of the spine reside three massings comprising the garage, entry and three ensuite guestrooms. Meanwhile, to the east of this home’s spine are the kitchen, great room and den. Each massing is separated by a glazed eight-foot ramp allowing the house to step down with the natural topography of the ridge. This contemporary home captures views from the entry throughout the entire home. The street view of this home is absolutely stunning and showcases its beauty. From Left to Right: Martin Montoya, Joseph Montoya, Valerie MontoyaBY: Daniel Nadelbach (c)
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HOME FEATURES • Contemporary architecture • Combines elegant design features simultaneously with firm strength • Stunning and perfectly positioned on the lot • Boasts spectacular views of Northern New Mexico • Lot Size: 3.034 acres • Heated Square Feet: 4,342 • Total Square Feet: 7,316 • Landscaping: Christie Green of Radicle • Interior Designer: Neubleu Interior Designs • Architect: Archaeo Architects PICTURED:
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HOME FEATURES • Addition of upstairs office, bathroom and loft • Removal of living room ceiling to create two-story space tying into loft • Complete kichen remodel: new cabinets, countertops, tile and radiant heating • Roof deck and custom wood bookcases • Energy upgrades and insulation • Price: $350,000+ • Lot Size: 10,582 square feet • Heated Square Feet: 2,375 • Total Square Feet: 2,375 • Designer: Terraplen Architects PICTURED:
ABOUT THE BUILDER: Terraplen Architects provides a full range of architecture, planning, design and build services. Eagle Construction Services Inc. has been a longtime partner with Terraplen since 1998 and strives for creative solutions to unique building challenges.
As so often happens in Santa Fe, plans for a small renovation turned into a major undertaking. Such was the case when a pair of homeowners — scholars at a nearby college — sought to make upgrades to this 1950s-era craftsman-style home in the South Capitol district of Santa Fe. What was a single-floor house has been re modeled into a two-story stunner that is an example of hard work and imagination coming Terraplentogether.
Architects and its collaborating builder Eagle Construction Services Inc. teamed up for this formidable project. Bringing the home up to today’s tastes required a new kitchen complete with modern cabinets, countertops, appliances and more.
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But most daunting was the addition of a second floor which included a bathroom loft and office space for getting some work done at home. Indeed, part of the roof and its supporting struc tures had to come off in order to add on the new spaces needed for the addition. Harvey Monroe and Ramon Iturralde
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featuring creative owner painted stencil design at each riser, with handsome new wood flooring at the upper and lower levels and throughout the house. • Price: $3,670,000 • Lot Size: 1.43 acres • Heated Square Feet: 6,777 • Total Square Feet: 8,622 • Landscaping: Client Mollie Givans, Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions and Mother Nature • Designer: Collaboration Mollie Givans and Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions • Lisa Samuels Design Contributing Designer Select Areas • John Padilla Architect AIA. Studio addition collaboration with Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions PICTURED: Bill Deuschle, Managing Member at Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC VISIT: fabuwallous.com PHOTOS BY: Corrie Photography SPACIOUS LUXURIOUS DESERT REFUGE 03
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ABOUT THE BUILDER: Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC is an award-winning building and remodeling company dedicated to providing quality, creative solutions, trans parent communication and flexibility throughout each project while maintaining a focused sensitivity to our clients’ special desires and needs. From Builder of the Year to Remodeler of the Year; Fabu-WALL-ous is proud to be recognized as one of Santa Fe’s best builders. This elegant 6,800 square-foot home sits on 1.4 acres, features six fireplaces, a spacious master suite, two 450 square-foot guest suites and so much more, including picturesque views of the Jemez and Ortiz mountains. Residents and guests alike are drawn into the home from the front courtyard through a set of French doors into the entry gallery, spotlighting a barrel-vault, cove-lit ceiling. The chef’s kitchen delights with quartz countertops reflecting the beauty of the moody sky through expansive windows. A fully equipped butler’s pantry adjoins the kitchen, leading to a large open formal dining area perfect for entertaining. The home imparts a resort-like feel throughout and includes a portal deck with a lap pool and mountain views. Continuing up the seven-foot wide staircase, one arrives at a spacious landing and the 1,200 square-foot master suite. A uniquely impressive property, both inside and out, this remodeled home fuses Asian design with the welcoming warmth of traditional New Mexico style. guest 450 square suite features a center fireplace 250 square-foot kitchen with quartz island and butler’s pantry beyond the kitchen Jemez and Ortiz most elegant 7’ wide tiled stair case
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On a rare, elevated view lot in Las Campas is this sophisticated Spanish Inspired Con temporary home that takes full advantage of the spectacular views to add to luxurious living and entertaining. This beautifully designed and thoughtfully crafted home fea tures large windows, sliding-glass doors and deep portals, which overlook the Sunset Golf Course and provides views of the Jemez and Sangre de Cristo mountains. The home has three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, a den, three fireplaces, and four portals extending the indoor and outdoor living. The spacious great room has a three-sided gas fireplace and a walk-out portal with a gas fireplace for year-round enjoyment of the views of the golf course and the Sandia mountains. The kitchen also has a deep portal, a built-in grill, another fireplace for intimate dining, and expansive views of the Jemez mountain ranges. The team behind this showstopper includes architect Lorn Tryk, Interior designer Jennifer Ashton and landscape architect Sandra Donner. This incredible blend of design and finishes creates an astonishing impression that links timeless Spanish features with ultra-modern conveniences and amenities.
HOME FEATURES • Stunning Las Campanas golf course view • Designed to capture the views from every room • Luxurious selections throughout the house • Exceptional attention to every detail • Energy efficient and water wise • Custom Stone From New Mexico Travertine • Price: $2.3 Million • Lot Size: 3.81 acres • Heated Square Feet: 3,717 • Total Square Feet: 5,611 • Landscaping: Sandra Donner, Roots Studio Design • Designer: Jennifer Ashton • Misc 1: Lorn Tryk Architects PICTURED: From left to right, Frank Yardman, Penny Yardman-Gonzales and Jennifer Ashton VISIT: frankyardmanconstruction.com PHOTOS BY: Courtesy images Uncompromising Integrity. Inspired Craftsmanship. SANTA FE SPANISH INSPIRED HOME 04
ABOUT THE BUILDER: Being a custom home build er in Santa Fe takes more than the necessary skills of good planning, good management, or knowing how to lay solid foundations. There’s something more – a re spect for the land and its peoples, for its artistic and creative traditions, for the relationships that shape communities and lives, while honoring history and the possibilities of the future
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ABOUT THE BUILDER: High Desert Architecture and High Desert Homes is a design-build firm that creates exceptional properties from conception to completion; including premium site selection and management of the design, permitting, approvals, engineering and construction. Every detail is about relaxation, warmth and beauty in this luxurious new build by award-winning architect and builder Ramón Gabriel Martinez of High Desert Architecture and High Desert Homes. Serenity abounds perched atop a penin sula lot overlooking a natural arroyo traversing through the property. The Deer Stalker home is situated on the last remaining view lot in the coveted, double-gated Club Estates at Las Campanas, the closest estate neighborhood to the Las Campanas clubhouse and spa. The Deer Stalker residence was meticulously envisioned as a truly unique living piece of art and design. This design-build modern home is wrapped in glass and uniquely situated to maximize views spanning from the snow-capped peaks of the Sangre de Cristos to the quintessential painted-desert New Mexican vistas and sunsets over the Jemez Mountains. From conceptual design to final execution, Deer Stalker is the pinnacle of dedication to architectural design, craftsmanship, refinement and style. chef’s dream bar 20-foot multi-slide the 1,000 squareRamón Gabriel Martinez, AIA, NCARB Co-founders, luxury real estate broker and builder Paul Sidebottom and 2022 Architect of the Year and builder Ramón Gabriel Martinez, AIA, NCARB. highdeserthome.com BY: High Desert Architecture COME TO
foot heated portal • Spa-level suites with deep soaking tubs and private patios • Incredible views of the Northern New Mexico landscape • Lot Size: 2.23 acres • Heated Square Feet: 4,439 • Total Square Feet: 7,374 • Landscaping: High Desert Architecture • Designer:
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ABOUT THE BUILDER: Homewise is a local Santa Fe nonprofit that has been helping New Mexicans become homeowners for more than 35 years. Our award-win ning Homewise Homes® communities are built to the highest standards, embracing quality, value and energy efficiency. At Homewise, we believe everyone deserves to live well. Our innovative live/work spaces are flexible two-level units that can be configured for all live, all work or both. The design is perfect for an art studio, salon, work shop, fitness studio or small business. Modern design coupled with energy-effi cient features, including solar panels, help create long-term affordability for owners. Units are wired for fiber optic internet and cable connectivity. El Camino Crossing is a mixed-use com munity composed of single-family homes, condominiums and studio live/work spaces in close proximity to neighborhood-friendly businesses. The dedicated park and playground are great for enjoying the outdoors and gathering with family, friends and neighbors. Located along the historic Camino Real within the growing and recently revitalized Siler Road and Agua Fria cor ridors, El Camino Crossing offers central connectivity to all parts of Santa Fe with easy access to walking and biking paths. Mike Loftin, CEO (left) and Daniel Slavin, Senior Director of Real Estate Development homewise.org BY: Courtesy image AT EL CAMINO CROSSING
1109 Paseo Corazon Bldg D Unit 10, Santa Fe
HOME FEATURES • High ceilings and second-level balcony • First level roll-up door • Stainless steel appliance package • Washer and dryer • Sealed concrete floor on first level • Luxury vinyl plank flooring on second level • Dedicated neighborhood park • Design fosters multiple uses • Prewired for fiber optic Internet and cable television service • Solar panels • Heated Square Feet: 1,126 • Total Square Feet: 1,248 includes a 122 square foot wrap-around balcony • Architect: Scout Architecture + Design PICTURED:
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• Hand crafted fixtures and features • Meticulously hand restored windows doors and fireplaces • Lot Size: 0.646 acres • Heated Square Feet: 3,377 • Total Square Feet: 4,106 • Landscaping: Incara Design • Designer:
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460 Camino De Las Animas, Santa Fe
• Interior Concrete Steel and Wood Fabrication: James Dawson Design • Lighting Design: Eric Naughton, Electrical Logic Lighting Design PICTURED:
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and the environment. VISIT: lightfootinc.com PHOTOS BY: Courtesy image B.
Built in 1921 by artist B. J. O. Nordfeldt and adorned throughout with his handcarved beams and woodwork, the house sits on an open lot surrounded by ma ture trees and stone walls stacked by Nordfeldt himself. The house has woven a rich historical lineage over 100 years in its east side setting while being occupied by several different families. In 2019, we began planning the restoration and rehabilitation of this historic property along with the owners, Robbin and Alice Dawson, and Emily Pannier of Crested Butte Design. In 2020, we began the renovation of this centenarian home. With great care we restored and preserved the hand-carved beams and lintels. The interior finishes were select ed to be simple and functional and not detract from the historic hand-hewn embellishments.
ABOUT THE BUILDER: Lightfoot Inc. is. a design-build company dedicated to the use of natural and Green building materials and practices to create beautiful, healthy high-performance structures and living spaces. We collaborate with owners to create designs to be built with the best practices to create the lightest footprint.
James Dawson Design created many of the interior fixtures, counters and cabinetry along with others made by local artisans. by artist B. J. O. Nordfeldt Dawson Design Emily Pannier of Crested of Lightfoot Inc. We clients, the project, community J.
HOME FEATURES • Hand-carved entry door lintels and woodwork
• Stunning mature landscaping and historic stone walls • Custom designed-and-built vanities, counters and lighting by James
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3622 A Rodeo Lane, Santa Fe ABOUT THE BUILDER: It’s all in the design and con struction details. Architecture and construction should be a craft of creative and functional possibilities. At Lisa D. Martinez Design + B Constructiv, we layer the cre ativity with execution to create and build art intended to inspire.
HOME FEATURES • The building form manipulates shape, color and the right light to move through and experience space • Specialty lighting combines style and functionality to create artistic accents throughout the facility • Louis Vuitton inspired tile with backlit onyx serves as an accent wall within the gym space while creating privacy for the bathroom beyond • Luxury bathroom with amenities on par with those at your favorite spa • For relaxation & stress release, aquarium therapy — a salt-water fish and coral tank • Lot Size: 1 acre • Heated Square Feet: 1,475 • Total Square Feet: 1,475 • Landscaping: Lisa D. Martinez + Wayne J. Dotson • Designer: Lisa D. Martinez Design, LLC. • Foundation: Constructors & Associates Inc. • Specialty Framing: Carrillo’s Construction LLC • Tile: The Finishing Touch • Electrical/Lighting: Aim Electric Inc., Dahl Lighting PICTURED: Lisa D. Martinez, Principal Owner Lisa D. Martinez Design, LLC + B Constructiv, LLC VISIT: bconstructiv.com PHOTOS BY: Vladimir Chaloupka, Vladfoto 386729 3201-C Zafarano Dr #111 LISA D. MARTINEZ (505) 470-7888(LLC)DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION & CONSULTING THE B FIT RX STUDIO 08
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The B Fit Rx Studio in Santa Fe offers a unique take on health and fitness based on its cre ative architecture, its focus on natural light and the surrounding natural beauty. The studio reflects the philosophy of owner, wellness, strength and conditioning coach Wayne J. Dod son. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated changes in the fitness industry in unprecedented ways. As the office has been transported into the home, so has the gym. Gyms have faced unique challenges and new habits have formed impacting how and where people are exercising. It was through this challenging time and client concerns about returning to a large public gym that the concept for B Fit was born. We’ve created a boutique fitness studio where clients have the entire run of the facility for one-on-one training sessions. B Fit provides the benefit and privacy of exercising at home but offers a wellness coach, stateof-the-art commercial fitness equipment plus amenities expected from a luxury spa. Crucially, full facility cleansing occurs following each workout. The health program for B Fit inspired the architecture, and the architecture inspires the wellness seekers who love the new studio. “It’s not the largest, but the nicest gym I’ve ever done.”
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ABOUT THE BUILDER: Praxis, an award-winning ar chitect and builder, proudly presents our 14th entry into the Parade of Homes. Founded in 1998 on the prin ciples of listening and exceptional client service, we have delivered beauty, quality and value in dozens of custom homes in Santa Fe. This new home is clearly one of our finest. We would love to design and build a home for you.
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The beautiful kitchen and dining room center gathering with friends and family in the heart of the Thehouse.house was designed to make natural gas obsolete. The house uses an electric heat pump for heating and cooling. Solar panels on the roof offset 100% of the energy use of the house, making the house energy and carbon neutral. Radiant cooled ceilings provide exceptional comfort, cooling the people in the house silently and without circulating dust and Anotherallergens.Praxis home of this place, of this time, balancing practicality and delight. Praxis, Isidro BY: Rocio Rodríguez
Unique steel design and detailing create a dramatic pergola and perforated steel wine rack. A small library and spa-like wet area in the main bath offer the owner a quiet retreat.
HOME FEATURES • Stunning architecture, dramatic spaces and beautiful landscaping • Flexible casita for studio, short-term or long-term guests • No gas meter, all electric, carbon neutral • Custom, built-in dog bath and shower • Radiant cooled ceilings • Spa-like wet room in main bath • Price: $1.95 million • Lot Size: 3.097 acres • Heated Square Feet: 2,797 • Total Square Feet: 4,929 including portales • Landscaping: Design by
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44 Calle Ventoso East, Santa Fe
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The three-bedroom, two bathroom, plus full casita floor plan maximizes privacy and light while giving every room a unique connection to the landscape and view.
Permaculture • Designer: Praxis PICTURED: Design, office and labor crews VISIT: praxisdesignbuild.com PHOTOS
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ABOUT THE BUILDER: The mission of Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity is to promote affordable home ownership for Santa Fe area residents by construct ing simple, adequate, and energy efficient new homes and repairing or rehabilitating existing homes through the cooperative efforts of partner families, volunteers, donors and staff.
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Located in Oshara Village and surrounded by panoramic views of untapped des ert-toned landscape, this home showcases the quality construction, award-winning design, and innovative sustainability practices used by Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity. This house marks SFH’s 130th affordable home constructed since the affiliate’s inception in 1987.
HOME FEATURES • Homeownership opportunities for households below 80% of area median income • Net-zero energy ready • Volunteer built • New Mexico affordable housing tax credits • Tailored to fit each family’s unique needs • Heated Square Feet: 1,350 • Total Square Feet: 1,350 • Landscaping: Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity • Designer: Santa
By investing in the building process through sweat equity hours, SFH’s families gain self-reliance and valuable skills. By investing time, resources, and expertise into the community, SFH volunteers, donors, organizations, and businesses gain new relationships which extend far beyond the immedi ate impact. The vision of a world where everyone has access to affordable housing brings together people from all walks of life, with varied skills and economic backgrounds. Together, we achieve a common goal through service to others. This nonprofit build houses and hope. Fe Solar installation being performed by board, staff and volunteers. santafehabitat.org BY: Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity
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12 Blue Feather Rd, Santa Fe
The organization builds 5-8 homes annually in partnership with local families. Partner Families are provided a zero-interest mortgage loan and comprehensive educational programming to ensure their long-term success and to break cycles of housing poverty for generations to come.
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Each year Tierra Concepts outdoes itself with its Parade of Homes entry. Last year, Tierra Concepts won the Grand Hacienda for a classic Santa Fe style home. This year Tierra Concepts once again offers a truly unique twist with a Las Campanas showpiece. This home marries the elegant sensibilities of a Manhattan penthouse with the earthy elements of Santa Fe style. Upon entering the home through a pivoting metal and glass door, you are led into a high-ceilinged glass hallway, which is the main axis of the house – a Grand Gallery. Ahead is the great room, which incorporates the living-and-din ing areas with a sleek, modern kitchen. Whitewashed Douglas Fir beams and high ceilings complement the home’s clean lines while accentuating a modern design sensibility rooted in Santa Fe style. Large metal and glass multi-slide pocket doors open onto the outdoor terrace. This home exudes an immediate feeling of both elegance and relaxation, with its grand living areas and cozy private areas. McEahern
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34 Plaza del Centro, Santa Fe
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HOME FEATURES • Infinity fountain water feature • Meticulously orchestrated entry sequence • Floating black marble wall in great room • Custom fireplace and TV Screen • Marble as you have never seen it before • Outdoor living area overlooking the Las Campanas fourth Fairway and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains • Lot Size: 3.01 acres • Heated Square Feet: 4,064 • Total Square Feet: 5,220 • Designer: John Harvey and Tierra Concepts Designer/Builder • Interior Designer: Shelley Phelan • Landscape Architect: Serquis & Associates PICTURED: Eric, Keith and Kurt VISIT: tierraconceptssantafe.com PHOTOS BY: Wendy
ABOUT THE BUILDER: Tierra Concepts has won the prestigious Grand Hacienda award an unprecedented seven times, as well as awards for Best of Show, Best Design, Best Floor Plan, Best Kitchen and Best Outdoor Living Space. We are known for our unparalleled experience and creativity: 30 years of crafting Santa Fe’s most inspiring homes. Our passion is designing and build ing quality homes that embody our clients’ individuality and vision.
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Sitting in the middle of a closed subdivision loop on Santa Fe’s growing south side, this home was a true labor of love. Originally living in a small home on the adjacent property, Matt Declerck and Martha Yazdani gradually grew and expanded their family in this little home on Vuelta De La Luz. Neighbors became family, cre ating a community. Having recently founded Yazdec Construction, Matt took advantage of the pandemic as a time to consult our diverse community in Santa Fe and beyond to design a home centered on efficiency, sustainability and mindfulness in the process. Sobia Sayeda developed architectrual designs over dinners and chai. Alongside Erem Birkan of Birkani In ternational, we researched and ordered materials from Instanbul. Clara Lopez orchestrated the interior design and functionality of the home as we adjusted to a homeschooling our kids. Collaboration made this a reality. Matt Declerck and his Katie
HOME FEATURES • European tilt and turn windows • Efficient, well-insulated, 100% electric home with solar power • Wall mounted bidet toilets with fulland-half-flush capabilities • Extra tall doors • Turkish Carrara marble flooring • 400 square-foot casita • Price: $610,000 • Lot Size: 0.42 acres • Heated Square Feet: 2,030 • Total Square Feet: 2,450 • Designer: Yazdec Construction • Architect: Sobia Sayeda PICTURED:
7233 Vuelta De La Luz, Santa Fe
ABOUT THE BUILDER: Yazdec Construction is a full-service general contracting company with a consis tent commitment to high quality and devotion to sustain able, efficient and beautiful spaces. Family-owned and community-driven, we are founded on three core prin ciples: honesty, foresight and loyalty. Striving to meet these standards in our client relationships, we make it our goal to deliver with efficiency.
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HOME FEATURES • Fully equipped media room with an unexpected traditional twist • Luxurious and spacious master suite • Stunning example of artisanal masonry and high desert landscaping • Lot Size: 5.97 acres • Heated Square Feet: 5,953 • Total Square Feet: 9,636 • Designer: Annie O’Carroll • Architect: Lorn Tryk Architects PICTURED:
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ABOUT THE BUILDER: Our family has been building homes for six generations, so quality construction is in our blood. Zachary & Sons Homes innovatively captures the feel of Santa Fe while tailoring every project to fit our clients’ unique vision. Perched atop a gorgeous double lot in Las Campanas and overlooking 64,000 acres of land owned by the Bureau of Land Management, this home boasts astounding views from dawn til dusk. For this project, Zachary & Sons Homes, along with designer Annie O’Carroll and architect Lorn Tryk, worked closely with our clients to bring to life their vision of the perfect high desert family compound. Our goal was to create a peaceful, welcoming feel throughout the home, both indoors and out. This has been realized in the meditation room, which features soft sage built-in shelves, floor-to-ceiling windows and buttery soft plaster. To top it off, this cozy-yet-sophisticated dwelling has a delectable built-in day bed that entices you to slow down, pick up a good book and just enjoy the view. Once outside, the dazzling, artisan rock walls lend a sturdy, “here for the long haul” feel. This home exudes an elegant, rustic charm that is sure to warm each heart that enters. Zachary, Joshua and Aaron Shultz of Zachary & Sons Homes.
7 Hacienda Del Canon, Santa Fe
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This exquisite 4,702 square-foot custom modern Southwest home overlooks Las Campanas golf course greens and delivers views of the picturesque Sun Mountains. The home was designed with three spacious bedrooms, four baths, dual office space, game room and a high-tech two-car garage. Upon entering, guests will be amazed by the open floor plan and visibility taking them straight to the golf course greens.
Keegan, a 5th generation builder, has a keen eye for Green Building, Design, Structural Engineering, Under ground Utilities, Earth Moving and Costing.
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ABOUT THE BUILDER: Master Builder & CEO, Keegan Clay, a true New Mexican, has built over 300 affordable, green, homes throughout the state. Keegan Clay boasts several award-winning homes and has received the en dorsement of the Santa Fe Home Builders Association.
HOME FEATURES • Home’s placement captures exquisite sunrise and sunset • Open floor plan with sky high ceilings, ranging from 9-14 feet • Garage equipped with electric vehicle charging station • Dozens of green features for a superior HERS rating • Price: $1.199 million • Lot Size: 0.97 acres • Heated Square Feet: 3,503 • Total Square Feet: 4,702 • Landscaping: TBA • Designer:
The Chef’s kitchen is a great entertaining space, equipped with high-end, built-in appliances while dual dishwashers make clean-up a breeze. The large, covered and elegantly equipped outdoor kitchen will invite guests to overstay their welcome. Homeowners can age in place with accessible hallways, bedrooms and baths; while enjoying a universal design. Wrapped in rigid foam along with high performance energy windows and wall panels yields a superior HERS rating and keeps utilities modest. Bringing the experience of building 100’s of affordable custom homes, Clay Custom Homes is creating a green, custom paradise inside and out. Clay Custom Homes in Plan A Architect, Greg Reid General Contractor & CEO, Keegan Clay VISIT: claycustomhomes.com BY: Courtesy Image
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