Like a Reptile in the Sun

Schmertz, Mildred F.
October 2006
Architectural Digest;Oct2006, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p272
The article features the home of Jane Whitmore in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her chosen architect was Bart Prince who presented a design which is far from what he is known of. The house was mostly inspired by the rigors of a triangulated geometry. Prince wanted the house to look like a reptile on its way down the hill.


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