2018 Cynthia Miller. “Ohkay Owingeh: Reviving a Crumbling Pueblo.” Santa Fe New Mexican. 11 March, 2018.
2018 Architecture + Community, New Mexico Architectural Foundation Award, May 5, 2018
2018 Santa Fe Community Foundation, Pinon Visionary Award, October 8, 2018
2018 Shawn Evans. “A Future Oriented Preservation.” Time Space Existence: La Biennale di Venezia 2018. GAA Foundation. Forthcoming exhibit catalog.
Dr. Theodore Jojola, “The People are Beautiful Already: Indigenous Design and Planning
Exhibition catalog for exhibit of the same name, which ran at the Cooper Hewitt from 9/20/16 to 2/26/17. The books features a case study on the Ohkay Owingeh project.
“Accompanying the third volume in Cooper Hewitt’s series on socially responsible design, By the People: Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative, 2013 Case Studies. “Owe’neh Bupingeh.”
2016 Shawn Evans. “Preservation, Self-determination, and Resiliency of Traditional Pueblo Villages: Traditional Cultural Place as an Enabler of Change.” Preservation Education, the Journal of the National Council for Preservation Education. Vol. 8, 2016. p.13-28
2016 Jana Bommersmith. “No Place Like Home: Some of America’s Oldest Homes Again … For the Next Generation.” True West Magazine. September 28, 2016.
2016 Jamie Blosser. “Paths to a Sustainable Future: Native American Community Building.” Public Interest Design Practice Guidebook: SEED Methodology, Case Studies, and Critical Issues, Routledge, 2016, 115-120
2015 Paul Weideman. “Pueblo Housing Project Takes Shape.” Bienvenidos: Santa Fe New Mexican Summer Visitors Guide. May 17, 2015, 52-53
2015 Jamie Blosser, Tomasita Duran, Shawn Evans, and Joe Garcia. “Self-Determination by Design.” in Contemporary Indigenous Architecture: Local Traditions, Global Winds, ed. Eleni Bastéa, Theodore Jojola, Lynn Paxson. University of New Mexico Press – forthcoming, April
2014 “Ohkay Owingeh Wins Restoration Awards.” Santa Fe New Mexican. November 26, 2014, p. B-1
2014 Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, Honoring Nations Program, High Honors
2013 AIA Western Mountain Region, Award of Excellence
2013 Seth Rothman. “Back to the Pueblo.” Planning: The Magazine of the American Planning Association 79, no. 4 (April 2013): 37
2012 Pennsylvania Architect 2012: 2012 Architectural Excellence Awards. “Silver Medal: Owe’neh Bupingeh Preservation Project.” P.14
2012 Affordable Housing Finanace Magazine, Readers Choice Awards, Finalist, July
2012 Environmental Design Research Association, Research Award, June
2012 New Mexico Historic Preservation Division, Heritage Preservation Award, May
2012 AIA Pennsylvania Design Excellence Awards, Silver Medal, April
2012 SEED Award for Excellence in Public Interest Design, March
2011 AIA Santa Fe, Honor Award for Design Excellence, Decemeber
2011 AIA Philadelphia,Preservation Merit Award for Design Excellence, November
2008 Harvard Project on American Indian Economc Development award, October
2004 Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition, Honorable Mention Award, May
2004 Small Communities Smart Growth Achievement Award, Smart Growth Network
2003 Affordable Housing Finance Magazine, October Honorable Mention: Doorknocker Awards, State of New Mexico Smart Growth Online Case Study Urban Land Institute Case Study National Development Council Case Study
Advisory Council for Historic Preservation, 106 Success Stories. “Ohkay Owingeh Model Balances Contemporary and Traditional Life.” 2/18/2015.
Jamie Blosser and Shawn Evans. “Owe’neh Bupingeh Rehabilitation Project: Challenging the Norms of Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation,” in Earth USA 2013 Proceedings: 7th International Earthbuilding Conference,October 4-6, 2013,ed.Quentin Wilson (Santa Fe: Adobe in Action, 2013),230-239.
Jamie Blosser, Tomasita Duran, Shawn Evans, and Joe Garcia. “Self-Determination by Design.” in Contemporary Indigenous Architecture: Local Traditions, Global Winds, ed. Eleni Bastéa, Theodore Jojola, Lynn Paxson. University of New Mexico Press – forthcoming.
Evans, Shawn. “Rethinking Preservation Approaches at Indigenous Places.” Preservation Leadership Forum Blog: Insights and Information for Preservation Professionals. National Trust for Historic Preservation. Posted November 20, 2014.
HUDUser.org Best Practices: “Ohkay Owingeh, New Mexico: Tribal-Led Cultural Preservation.”, accessed 2/18/2015:
Joann Gonchar. “Native American Homecoming: Owe’neh Bupingeh Preservation Project,” Architectural Record 201, no.3 (March 2013): 110-113. The project is featured as one of 13 international projects in a special issue on “Sheltering the World: New Models for Social Housing.”, accessed 2/18/2015:
JoAnn Greco. “Preserving the Pueblos,” The Pennsylvania Gazette 112, no. 2 (Nov/Dec 2013): 71-73, accessed 2/18/2015:
Malnar, Joy Monice, and Frank Vodvarka. New Architecture on Indigenous Lands. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2013: 203-208.
Harlan McKosato. “Restoration is Goal for This Pueblo.” Santa Fe New Mexican, 11 June 2011.
Seth Rothman. “Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo Housing Renovation Project: Cultural and Environmental Sustainability.” Green Fire Times, August 2010: 20-21.
Seth Rothman. “Back to the Pueblo.” Planning: The Magazine of the American Planning Association 79, no. 4 (April 2013): 37. Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative, 2013 Case Studies. “Owe’neh Bupingeh.”
Paul Weideman. “Architect Focuses on Ohkay Owingeh Homes.” Home: Santa Fe Real Estate Guide (Jan 2012): 36-37.