Baker A+D is excitedly awaiting the start of construction on this unique project. The 100 year old stone Trolley Barn, located on the NMHU main campus in Las Vegas, NM, is set to be the new home of the University's Media Arts Program. Built in 1905, this historic structure represents a time of prosperity in Las Vegas history that was ushered in with the arrival of the railroads. Added to the State Register in 1976 and the National Historic Register in 1984, Baker A+D's goal was to celebrate the history of the site through the juxtaposition of modern and historic materials. The main material is a rusted steel panel which will distinguish the addition from the historic remodel. This complex program includes state of the art studio spaces, offices, gallery space and a 91 seat lecture hall. The interior will feature exposed stone walls, polished concrete floors and exposed steel… Read More »
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Albuquerque Business Magazine Profiles Mark Baker, AIA The local business-oriented magazine, Albuquerque Business First, recently contacted us to learn more about what we do here at Baker A+D. With their business focus, they were especially interested in our client roster, how we've grown our practice, and the crazy idea of Humble Coffee Company. Here's the full article. Read More »


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