Hoopes+ Associates Architects

Santa Fe Architectural Firm

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LENSIC PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

The Lensic Perming Arts Center was the conversion of a 1931 Boller Brothers designed atmospheric movie theater into a performing arts center designed to support the theater needs of various Santa Fe performing arts organizations including music, theater and dance. The entire seating area was reshaped to provide better visibility to the stage floor and meet handicapped accessibility. The acoustics were re-shaped through the use of an electronic enhancement system that allows variable reverberation times to accommodate voice, chamber music and symphonic music.

The Lensic Perming Arts Center was the conversion of a 1931 Boller Brothers designed atmospheric movie theater into a performing arts center designed to support the theater needs of various Santa Fe performing arts organizations including music, theater and dance. The entire seating area was reshaped to provide better visibility to the stage floor and meet handicapped accessibility. The acoustics were re-shaped through the use of an electronic enhancement system that allows variable reverberation times to accommodate voice, chamber music and symphonic music.

ANGEL DEPOT

ANGEL DEPOT

CARMELITE MONESTERY

Project Team:

Craig Hoopes while with Ziger, Hoopes & Snead

Interiors: INRA Studios

Contractor Heery & Heery

Photography: Peter Vitale

Project Team:

Craig Hoopes while with Ziger, Hoopes & Snead

Interiors: INRA Studios

Contractor Heery & Heery

Photography: Peter Vitale

ISRAEL NEEDLE

This project was for the owners of a Santa Fe Style furniture and furnishings store. Buying things for the store as well as designing and having furniture built led the owners to travels outside the United States. They wanted their house to reflect their experience as well as their connection to the local environment. The house is designed in Territorial Style and due to the city's height restrictions on the site the house is half buried into the mountain on which it sits. A more European approach was taken to the entry, with its stone courtyard.

This project was for the owners of a Santa Fe Style furniture and furnishings store. Buying things for the store as well as designing and having furniture built led the owners to travels outside the United States. They wanted their house to reflect their experience as well as their connection to the local environment. The house is designed in Territorial Style and due to the city's height restrictions on the site the house is half buried into the mountain on which it sits. A more European approach was taken to the entry, with its stone courtyard.

BERKOWSKI RESIDENCE

BERKOWSKI RESIDENCE

JOHNSON RESIDENCE

JOHNSON RESIDENCE

ALLEN RESIDENCE

Project Description: A retirement home for an active owner with adult children that lived in neighboring states, this house was designed to be easy to care for and open to the beautiful sunset views over the Jemez Mountains.

Project Description: A retirement home for an active owner with adult children that lived in neighboring states, this house was designed to be easy to care for and open to the beautiful sunset views over the Jemez Mountains.

BOWL HOUSE

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe, New Mexico

BUNKOWSKI RESIDENCE + STUDIO

This home sits on the edge of the Galisteo Basin. With the big views the house needed to stretch into the landscape to make feel a part of, rather than dropped on, its environs. At the same time the wind is a constant factor in this part of New Mexico. The house was designed around a courtyard to provide protection from the winds and to extend the outdoor living season. On the edge of the Basin large portals were placed for the big views while pocketing sliding glass doors open the inside to the exterior and blurs the definition of inside and outside. Through the floor to ceiling glass the owners can see the ceiling extend and define the sense of protection in a harsh environment.

This home sits on the edge of the Galisteo Basin. With the big views the house needed to stretch into the landscape to make feel a part of, rather than dropped on, its environs. At the same time the wind is a constant factor in this part of New Mexico. The house was designed around a courtyard to provide protection from the winds and to extend the outdoor living season. On the edge of the Basin large portals were placed for the big views while pocketing sliding glass doors open the inside to the exterior and blurs the definition of inside and outside. Through the floor to ceiling glass the owners can see the ceiling extend and define the sense of protection in a harsh environment.

BUNKOWSKI RESIDENCE + STUDIO

This home sits on the edge of the Galisteo Basin. With the big views the house needed to stretch into the landscape to make feel a part of, rather than dropped on, its environs. At the same time the wind is a constant factor in this part of New Mexico. The house was designed around a courtyard to provide protection from the winds and to extend the outdoor living season. On the edge of the Basin large portals were placed for the big views while pocketing sliding glass doors open the inside to the exterior and blurs the definition of inside and outside. Through the floor to ceiling glass the owners can see the ceiling extend and define the sense of protection in a harsh environment.

This home sits on the edge of the Galisteo Basin. With the big views the house needed to stretch into the landscape to make feel a part of, rather than dropped on, its environs. At the same time the wind is a constant factor in this part of New Mexico. The house was designed around a courtyard to provide protection from the winds and to extend the outdoor living season. On the edge of the Basin large portals were placed for the big views while pocketing sliding glass doors open the inside to the exterior and blurs the definition of inside and outside. Through the floor to ceiling glass the owners can see the ceiling extend and define the sense of protection in a harsh environment.

OPERA HOUSE

Project Team:
Hoopes + Associates Architects: Craig Hoopes - All Photographs by : Kate Russell Photography - Photography: David O'Brien

Project Team:
Hoopes + Associates Architects: Craig Hoopes - All Photographs by : Kate Russell Photography - Photography: David O'Brien

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