Skip to content

BSA News

Oct 14, 2021

BSA Staff Picks: Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Staff Picks

Image courtesy isabela66, Getty Images

As Hispanic Heritage Month draws to a close, BSA staff are sharing their picks for articles, podcasts, and more that celebrate Hispanic and Latinx culture and architecture in the US.

We want to hear from you and celebrate our members! To submit a resource or share an experience related to Hispanic and Latinx history, culture, and/or architecture, please reach out to us at [email protected].

Books & Articles


Santa Fe is famous in part for a particular architectural style, an adobe look that’s known as Pueblo Revival. This aesthetic combines elements of indigenous pueblo architecture and New Mexico’s old Spanish missions. Deviating from those aesthetics can stir up a lot of controversy. But this adherence to the “Santa Fe Style” hasn’t always been the norm.

Unno Aesthetic is a platform by and for Latin American young designers, and "the first digital gallery of contemporary Latin American design." (Architecture Digest)

Resources, Organizations, and More