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The Maya finished the outer walls of these building with carved stone. They used stone roofs and invented the Mesoamerican architects designed buildings with corbeled arches corbeled arch for the doorways of their such as this one at Uxmal. (Latin American Library,Tulane University, Abby A. Gorin Collection) stone buildings. , 44 5 Buildings, Clothing, and Art Until the mid-20th century, archaeologists believed that ancient Mesoamericans were sloppy architects because many of the corners in their buildings do not form right angles.
Today adobe architecture has come to be known as Santa Fe style and is popular throughout the Southwest. Modern builders, who must meet government building codes, find it more expensive to build with adobe than to construct frame houses. Often they plaster the exteriors of the standard homes they build with adobe because home buyers find the American Indian design pleasing. WATTLE-AND-DAUB HOMES OF THE NORTH AMERICAN SOUTHEAST, MESOAMERICA, AND SOUTH AMERICA Indian builders who lived in what is now Louisiana also built wattle-and-daub houses, mixing the mud with plant stalks and vines to make it stronger.