Mexican Style Ranch Adobe House Roof. The Adobe style is a regional architectural style of the Southwest which draws inspiration from the Pueblo and Spanish Missions in New Mexico. John Moroni of Del Rio dreamed of his Art and Adobe Museum with a living roof.
See more ideas about Ranch exterior, Ranch style homes, Exterior. The brilliant blue roof of this Southwestern-style home is large enough for three dormer windows that give accent along with the two chimneys that tower over the home. A key tip is to always choose color and design elements that fit with the distinctive style rather than fighting it.
The walls typically rise higher than the roof, which is supported by wooden beams whose ends extend through the wall.
It's been sitting abandoned for decades too and yet is still standing tall.
The roof may be made of tile, or be completely flat. Mission or Mission Revival house plans share the stucco walls and red tile roofs common to the other architectural styles indigenous to California and the American Southwest, but they have one distinguishing feature: at least one curvaceous parapet adorning the façade. For similar styles, check out our Southwest and Mediterranean house designs.