LANDOR - SANTA FE
sustainability research, site research on climate and the environment, neighborhood and location research
concept sketches, criteria and adjacency matrix development
floor plan and furniture plan development, furniture and materials manufacture research
Final renderings in revit, post production in photoshop and final poster boards
Downtown Santa Fe is surrounded by grassy areas and a flagstone block lined with trees, benches, and shaded areas. Adobe brick buildings line the streets filled with cafes, boutiques, bookstores and art galleries. The quaint winding streets make this city completely walkable.
Located at the southern end of the Rocky Mountains, the Northern Rio Grande Valley is home to Santa Fe. Small pine forests are located nearby at the foothills of the Sangre De Cristo mountain range. Santa Fe is 7,000 feet above sea level.
Due to the mountain range setting, Santa Fe experiences semi-arid continental climate with moderate summers and winters. Humidity tends to be low, and the sun shines about 300 days a year. Santa Fe will see all four seasons throughout the year with the summer high of 83 degrees and the winter low of 18 degrees.
Reception Desk and Waiting Area
Dimensioned Floor Plans
Blue Wall Paint
White Wash Brick
Each material was specifically chosen to highlight the original architecture and historical influence of Santa Fe. Using many materials and colors that are unique to the area helps bring the design to life.
Reception Desk Rendering
Final Reception Desk rendering done in Revit and edited in Photoshop.
Open Office Rendering
Final Cafe rendering done in Revit and edited in photoshop.
Final Open Office rendering done in Revit and edited in Photoshop.