Santa Fe homes are known for their unique southwestern architecture found in that part of the country which disappears even as you travel just one state away from New Mexico. This picture gallery features the Seade residence designed by Archaeo Architects. It is nestled on a mountain overlooking the town providing close proximity to the cultural assets of the city and yet embraces seclusion and privacy. The design was inspired by the hill towns in Italy where levels in the home were built around the varying elevation of the mountains. The varying elevation creates unique space planning challenges in the home and places constraints on the overall architectural project. The theme of the home features traditional southwestern styling and home decor.