Located outside Albuquerque on a working organic farm, Los Poblanos sits on 25 acres of lavender fields.
AOS Architects updated the 19th-century building by adding 28 new guestrooms, bringing the total to 50.
Corrugated metal roofs nod to traditional New Mexican architecture.
The refresh included filed-to-fork restaurant Campo where the property’s pitched roof, milking barn windows, and notes of teal nod to the inn’s farm style.
The design scheme mixes Mexican details with contemporary farm elements, including white oak floors and furnishings that offer a vintage flair in a public space seating area.
An expanded shop has been added to the inn where highlights included exposed timber beams and a raw aesthetic that matches the rest of the property.
Guestrooms extend right up to the lavender fields to anchor the inn in a sense of place.