Earthen plastered office with rough sawn trim around the double French doors add a nice touch. Shown here-the combined effect of the warm tones of a classic earthen plaster and how it relates to a local trim style. The French doors were a good choice for entry coming from the main gallery space to the office.

The goal with this building, and this room specifically, to create some detailing of old adobe buildings which are prominent in northern New Mexico the Southwest. The look of the rough sawn timber door frame with square cut corners (not mitered), the earthen plasters from locally harvested clay to name two.

This photo shows the first glimpses of the acid stained cement floor we created. Given the size of the building it was quite a task to create this lovely look. The contrast to the crisp white walls and earthen plasters make for a stunning look overall.