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Pueblo Revival

Dates: 1910 to present
Features: Flat roof, adobe or earth-colored stucco walls with rounded edges, projecting wood beams (vigas).

Pueblo Revival houses have their roots in adobe houses built by Native Americans and Spanish colonial settlers in the Southwest. The style prevails in that part of the country, particularly in Arizona and New Mexico where originals survive. This house in Tucson was the subject of a This Old House TV renovation.
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