Pueblo architecture and modern adobes: the residential designs of William Lumpkins
This colorful book documents the personal altars of mostly Hispanic families in northern New Mexico. The shrine tradition -- one not recognized by the Catholic Church -- began during the Mexican colonial period, when priests had to travel to perform mass and give sacraments.
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Active solar Aholi Arizona asymmetrical design asymmetrically organized atrium Bear Clan blocks of rooms Canyon de Chelly Casa Adobe central chimney Cliff Ruins Cloud House Craftsman create the illusion define dining area dining room dominates drawings emphasize entrance entranceway facades flagstone patios graphite on paper Ground Plan Gustav Stickley Hillers's Hispanic Hopi village Ibid interior and exterior Kachina House kitchen kiva layout Light of Dawn living room Lumpkins bases Lumpkins returns Lumpkins's design Lumpkins's project massive fireplace Mexico modern multistory Museum overhangs passive solar plate 27 portal prehistoric Pueblo private areas private rooms private spaces public and private public spaces published as figure Pueblo architecture Pueblo Revival Pueblo ruins Pueblo-based rectilinear rooms residence Residential Designs room blocks Ruins of Canyon Santa Fe second floor shadows single-story Spanish Colonial Revival Spanish-Pueblo homes Stickley stonemasonry style T-shaped two-story Victor MindelefFs vigas visual Walpi Water Grass Place watercolor William Lumpkins Zuni Mountains Zuni Pueblo