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Artistry in Architecture - Craftsmanship in Design
Allegretti Architects specializes in fine architectural design appropriate to the unique environment and traditions of Santa Fe and northern New Mexico.
Traditional Residential Design
Contemporary Residential Design
Sustainable Residential Design
The Georgia OKeeffe Museum
National Trust for Historic Preservation
SITE Santa Fe
US Green Building Council, New Mexico Chapter
American Institute of Architects, Santa Fe
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Santa Fe, NM 87505
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Artistry in Architecture - Craftsmanship in Design
Allegretti Architects assures success for each client's project with two goals: commitment to design excellence and pledge of superior service. Greg Allegretti manages each project personally with dedication to these objectives. The result is elegance and artistry.
Allegretti was trained at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, graduating in 1979. He has since accumulated over thirty years of architectural experience primarily in northern New Mexico. His background includes a varied mix of residential, commercial, and institutional projects. He holds architectural registration in New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Virginia and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has been the principal of an architecture firm in Santa Fe since 1992.
Allegretti has incorporated sustainability into his designs since the early 1980s, specializing in integrated passive solar design as well as other sustainable technologies. He continues to apply green technologies in both residential and commercial applications. Allegretti is a member of the New Mexico Chapter of the US Green Building Council.
Allegretti has given the Santa Fe community many attractive residential and commercial projects. Some important designs include the Las Campanas Fire Station, the Pecos Valley Medical Center and the Morningstar Canyon Road Gallery. Allegretti was the project architect for the Casapueblo Inn, a 32-unit lodging in Santa Fe. Since 2001, Mr. Allegretti has served as consulting project architect for ongoing exhibit construction at Site Santa Fe, a contemporary art museum
In 1996, Greg Allegretti was selected as associate architect for the new Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in collaboration with project architect Richard Gluckman & Associates. The museum opened ten months later in Santa Fe and is now enjoyed by thousands of visitors annually.
Allegretti has received several professional awards including a 1998 City of Santa Fe historic preservation award.
Contemporary Residential Architecture.
Traditional Residential Architecture.
Sustainable Residential Architecture.
American Institute of Architects, Santa Fe Professional Merit Award 1993.
American Institute of Architects, Santa Fe Public Service Award, 1994.
City of Santa Fe Historic Preservation Award, 1998.
American Institute of Architects, Santa Fe Chapter.
US Green Building Council, New Mexico Chapter.
National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Allegretti Architects now offers 3D digital modeling which affords clients the opportunity to view photo realistic representations of designs under consideration.
Significant Residential Commissions:
- Rancho Alegre: a 20,000 square-foot residence and ranch compound, 1998.
- Casapueblo: a 32-unit Bed and Breakfast Inn, 2001.
- The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Associate Architect, 1997.
- El Camino Real International Heritage Center, Exhibit Architect, 2005.
- Site Santa Fe, Project Architect for ongoing exhibits, additions, and renovations, 1998 to date.
Other Significant Commissions:
- Las Campanas Fire Station, 1998.
- Pecos Valley Medical Center: A rural health care facility, 2001.
- Economos Canyon Road Gallery, 1993.
- The Business Center: 26,000 square-foot office complex, 2002.
- Chaparral Compound: 30,000 square-foot industrial park, 2011.
- Carefree Assisted Living Center: 48-bed medical institutional facility, 2011.
Green & Sustainable
Since 1981, Allegretti has integrated energy conserving and passive solar principles into the architecture of residential projects in a way suitable to the individual circumstances. Additional sustainable technologies are also incorporated appropriately. These include rainwater and grey-water harvesting, xeriscape landscaping and active solar collection. Allegretti is a member of the New Mexico Chapter of the US Green Building Council. His current projects include an off-grid sustainable home in the Santa Fe area. For more than twenty years, Allegretti has lived and raised a family in a sustainable solar home which he designed and built.
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- 2011 Ultimate Home Showcase in Albuquerque, NM
- 2011 Santa Fe Home & Remodeling Show
- 2011 Santa Fe Hacienda - A Parade of Homes
Classes & Workshops
- March 29, 2011: "A Guide To Successful Building" Class at Santa Fe Community College
- March 15, 2011: "Renewable Energy Systems" Class at Santa Fe Community College
- March 8, 2011: "Water Harvesting and Recycling" Class at Santa Fe Community College