Texas native Helen Thompson (@helenthompsoninhouse) explores the modernist and contemporary architecture and interiors of Santa Fe in her newest tome, Santa Fe Modern: Contemporary Design in the High Desert (Monacelli). Paired with Austin-based Casey Dunn's (@caseycdunn) photography, Santa Fe Modern is the first to illustrate how architectural ideas that are both new and ancient have redefined the city and its culture with 20 private homes from architects including Lake|Flato, Lawrence Speck, Specht Architects, Studio DuBois, Trey Jordan and Ralph Ridgeway. Hear all about it at Thompson's virtual presentation on Oct. 5 during Fall Design Week, where signed copies of the book will be available on-site for purchase.
The living room at Jack Woody’s compound, designed with consulation from Antonio Pares and Laura Van Amburgh of Van Amburgh Pares Co.
Iñigo Manglano- Ovalle’s “Cloud Prototype No. 2” hovers over a Fritz Hansen lounge chair at the Protetch and Hofmann estate.
Owners Max Protetch and Irene Hofmann collaborated with Suby Bowden Associates to transform the estate, built in the 1970s by William R. Buckley.
Jeanne and Michael Klein’s glass house in the desert, designed by Mark DuBois of Studio DuBois