Purchased as an unfinished residence, the Myers/Douglass residence proved to be an extensive remodel. Attatched horse stalls were converted into bedrooms, and a passive solar breezeway and master bath were added. Alcoves were notched into the north facade to add light and the entire exterior was given a southwest detailing. Natural adobe plasters, made on site, were used as well as traditional plaster and custom artist pigments on the wall surfaces. Local granite boulders were used in a recessed shower and Kiva fireplace. Other interesting details include custom hand-built cabinets and interior doors made from local rough sawn pine planks and Sagrauro Ribs.