Santa Fe House Plans
Saturated with the brilliant light of the high desert, Santa Fe house plans
are inspired by age old materials, extraordinary cultural richness, and a landscape unmatched anywhere else in the world.
Santa Fe house plans
are very distinctive with respect to materials; adobe, tile, iron, tin, and rough timbers are common as well as rich colors such as blood red, pure azure and clay brown. Pueblo house plans fall under the umbrella of Santa Fe house plans as well. Following are some terms associated with both Santa Fe house plans and Pueblo house plans:
- Adobe: Mud brick that is dried in the sun.
- Corbel: Short sculpted beam lying on top of a post or wall.
- Flagstone: Flat sheets of red or white stone mined locally, used for flooring in homes and on patios.
- Kiva: A small "beehive-shaped" fireplace.
- Lintel: Wooden beam bridging window or door openings.
- Nicho: Small shelf carved into a wall.
- Portal: Patio attached to a home, covered with a fixed roof supported by posts.
- Saltillo Tile: Simple fired earthen tile made in Saltillo, Mexico also referred to as Pavers.
- Stucco: Final cement color coat plastered in the exterior of an adobe-style building.
- Talavera Tile: Colorful hand-decorated Mexican tile used for counter tops and trim.
- Vigas: Round logs used as ceiling beams, either shaved or raw.
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