In doing work that falls outside the traditional bounds of architecture and preservation, we often get to participate in groundbreaking research into new ways of seeing buildings and landscape in relation to its environment.
Ethnobotany and Architecture of the Indigenous Peoples of New Mexico
Agricultural Secondary Plazas in New Mexican Towns and Villages
Vernacular Architecture and Solar Orientation Relative to Town Planning
Preserving Context Preservation Inspiration from Unexpected Places I: How a National Register Landscape-based Nomination Reframed our View of Historic Architecture
Preservation Inspiration from Unexpected Places II: Using Department of the Interior inspired Visual Resource Management Guidelines as a means of preserving Context in Preservation of Historic Trails, Roads, Communities, Sites, and Structures
Architecture, Sustainability, Vernacular Architecture, Historic Preservation, Critical Regionalism, Bio-Climatic Design, Architecture History, Design Theory, Andrea Palladio, Alexander Girard, Art History, Culture, Photography, Popular Culture, Mythology, Economic Development, Sustainable Water Resources Management, New Mexico, Blended Learning, Collaborative Learning, Philosophy, and Cultural Studies