Canyon Gardens presents a new look at Puebloan landscaping techniques and uses of plants and how they can influence modern architects in the Southwest.
This discussion of what makes public places appealing and useful will inspire those involved with public planning and design.
An international study of cultural relationships with built environments.
Scholars representing several disciplines examine how patterns and symmetry are expressed and resonate in a variety of man's creations and cultures.
Morrow and Price take the reader on a journey through Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde, balancing observations of past architectural and cultural achievements with suggestions and recommendations for design practices in the present.
Subjects: American IndiansAnthropologyArchitectureArchaeologySouthwest
Debunks the great tourist myth, and explains how the Santa Fe architectural and design style, so popular with millions of visitors today, was consciously created by Anglos in the early 20th century.
Subjects: American StudiesArchitectureSouthwest
A generously illustrated look at how architecture changed dramatically in northern New Mexico with the influx of settlers from the East.
A unique examination of building and culture.
Chaco Canyon is the first complete account of Chacoan archaeology, from the discovery of the ruins by Spanish soldiers in the seventeenth century, through the scientific analyses of the 1970s.
Subjects: American IndiansAnthropologyArchaeologyArchitecture