Comprised of 8 home sites on a protected cul-de-sac in Albuquerque's North Valley, La Tierra Que Canta is a careful mix of historical and contemporary forms.
The blending of pitched roof and parapet wall styles is in keeping with the North Valley's eclectic mix of building types.
Each home in this community was planned to blend in with the community as a whole.
The Development was incorporated as a Private Commons Development under Albuquerque Zoning which was set up to maintain the agricultural character of the larger parcels of irrigated land that border the Rio Grand River. In it, portions of open space are designated for common use.