Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Architectural Digest

One of my favorite traits about Architectural Digest is that they include floor plans for a lot of their featured projects. It paints a far more complete picture about the relationship of spaces than photos alone. Here are 10,000 square feet of minimalist beauty in Santa Fe by Architect Stephen Bucchieri. The art gallery was placed so the sun reaches its center skylight at exactly solar noon, and the owner’s wife says you can sit on the floor and literally watch the earth move around you. Pretty fabulous.

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