Artfully sited on a hillside in the gated Canada Ancha neighborhood, this multi-level home is an intriguing blend of modernist cubist elements and ancient architectural influences. Right-angled half-walls, long linear hallways, high ceilings with bold skylights, nichos and light wood plank flooring speak to the streamlined elegance of the contemporary while a restrained use of traditional kivas, vigas and latillas, tile and brick bow to both pueblo and Mesoamerican influences. The result is a residence filled with character, tremendous amounts of light and wonderful functionality. The elegant foyer leads dramatically to a large master suite with room for a sitting area and views to the portal overlooking a guarantee of splendid southwesterly sunset views. The interaction between the kitchen, dining and social areas is seamless. French doors off the dining area lead to a graciously conveyed covered portal and a slight descent to a sunken living room reveals an intimate space defined by the large kiva fireplace as a focal point on one side and views from two walls of windows on the other. Two guest suites with baths feed off of this social area and give way to another flight of stairs leading to a large guest accommodation with ensuite bath, built-in cabinet closets, wall-to-wall carpeting, a separate sitting room and private outdoor patio. The Ski Basin, Plaza, hiking trails and all points North or South are all easily accessible from this location.