The MetroABQ's Downtown Art & Architecture Junction:
A Quirky, Public Fruit Ave Sidewalk Gallery
Intersects Sweet Luna Blvd Historic Homes
There are numerous architectural styles found on Luna Blvd: Spanish Pueblo Revival, Territorial, Mediterranean, & a Bungalow, with a few other styles mixed in. Immediately above are two examples of a unique "wrinkle" above the entry of Old World Cottage-style homes on the street, one wrinkle looks to be a crawlspace vent; the other part of the entry door design.
Walking along Luna & Fruit & Roma streets, one style definitely stands out though: Craftsman Bungalow is clearly the dominant style on the street, in numerous vernacular styles. They may have been added onto, often many porches were subsumed into the interior floorplan of the residence, but the core design of most of the several dozen homes in the Luna Blvd area, is Craftsman Bungalow.
Examples of these are below...