Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Tom Ford +Tadao Ando = A Ranch in Santa Fe

Tom Ford the prolific American designer  
enlisted one of the world’s greatest architects to design
 his New Mexico dream home – a sprawling, luxe ranch.

The result is a palatial wonderland with
 sweeping landscapes,
genius play of light and shadow,
vast,minimal,quiet and 
The images have been shot by © Guido Mocafico 
and first appeared in Vogue Paris and GQ Australia

Don't miss this interview by 

Lisa Eisner with Tom Ford for GQ Australia!

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Light is the origin of all being.
Light gives,with each moment, new form to being
 and new interrelationships
to things,and architecture condenses light
to it's most concise being. The creation of 
space in architecture is simply the 
condensation and purification 
of the power of light. 
- Tadao Ando 

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Tadao Ando is the only architect to have won all four of architecture's most prestigous prizes: the Pritzker, Carlsberg, Praemium Imperiale, and Kyoto Prize. He's best known for his cast-in-place concrete works, and for design that conforms to the landscape, rather than the other way around. His work is also infused with a Japanese sensibilty that embraces spareness, and minimalism.
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