Pueblo Revival

Pueblo revival style is characterized by influence from Spanish Colonial, Mission, and Indian Pueblo architectural forms. It was very popular in the 1920s and 30s in the American Southwest, particularly in New Mexico. Pueblo revival structures generally have flat roofs with parapeted walls, gentrly rounded walls, stucco and thick, round roof beams known as 'vigas' which extend out beyond the walls and roof lines.
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    Last updated: August 1, 2023