Called Cerro Pelon Ranch, the property encompasses more than 20,000 acres (8,094 hectares) in northern New Mexico and features a meandering river, cottonwood trees and grazing pastures.
It also has a fictional town called Silverado that is used for filming Western movies.
Owned by fashion designer and film director Tom Ford, the property was recently put on the market, with a reported asking price of $75 million (£57 million).
The low-slung structures encircle a reflecting pond and blend with the desert landscape.
"The stunning main residence floats on a reflecting pool and is adjoined by a state-of-the-art horse barn with eight stalls," according to the realtor's website about the property.
"The circular spaces of the indoor and outdoor riding arenas perfectly compliment this architectural masterpiece."
LA-based studio Marmol Radziner created additional structures for the property, including staff quarters, guest houses and an office building. The ranch also has a private air strip and hangar.
Other projects by Ando — known for his concrete and glass architecture — include a seaside house and art centre in Mexico and a seven-storey luxury apartment tower that is now under construction in Manhattan.
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