Fashion designer and film director Tom Ford, whose art collection includes works by such masters as Alexander Calder, Ellsworth Kelly, and Andy Warhol, has the most impeccable, intellectual, elevated taste. When it came to choose an architect for his ranch, a compound in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which is set on 20,000 acres, he chose Japanese master and winner of the Pritzker Prize Tadao Ando. When describing his home in W Magazine a couple of years ago, Ford referred to Ando as a master of light and mass, who could perfectly understand the traditional Spanish architecture of New Mexico, with is mud walls and enormous light. Now, that Ford has put this stunning masterpiece of architecture on the market, it is a great opportunity to view how architecture is so well integrated into the unique landscape of Sanda Fe.
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