Join us for an exclusive tour of the newly opened NOPSI Hotel in the CBD! The tour will be lead by Project Architects from Woodward Design+Build. Once home to the New Orleans Public Service, Inc., the NOPSI has been reborn as the newest luxury hotel in New Orleans.
Join us for an exclusive tour of the newly opened "The Shop" in the Warehouse District! The Shop is a comprehensive co-working development at the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC). Targeting technology, arts, and cultural-based businesses; it serves as a hub of entrepreneurship in the developing Downtown innovation corridor. The tour will be lead by Project Architects from Eskew+Dumez+Ripple.
Please join the New Orleans Architecture Foundation on Tuesday, August 1st, to hear from local architect, Trey Trahan, FAIA on his practice, their design process and philosophy, and the unique challenges and opportunities of practicing architecture in New Orleans.
Celebrate the end of the Mid Mod NOLA Summer Series series with a tour of three fabulous, Mid-Century private residences in the Black Pearl neighborhood. You won’t believe how chic these homes are! A talk by Lee Ledbetter, AIA, who once lived in and restored one of the homes, will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Join the New Orleans Architecture Foundation and the National WWII Museum on Friday, July 7th for a design lecture, cocktail reception and book signing with renowned Architect and Project Designer of the NWWII Museum, Bart Voorsanger, FAIA!
The most prominent architects and experts on Mid-Century Modern architecture in New Orleans give their thoughts on style, history, building use, and answer your probing questions. The discussion will be moderated by Wayne Troyer, FAIA, and the panel will include Lee Ledbetter, AIA, Paula Peer, AIA, NCARB, Albert Ledner, AIA, and archivist Francine J. Stock. Free and open to the public This event is part of our Mid Mid NOLA event series.
The third event in the Mid Mod NOLA series will feature one of the most recognizable buildings in New Orleans, now known as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, which was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places. $25 / $20 PRC or DOCOMOMO Members. Tickets are limited and pre-registration is required. This event is part of our Mid Mid NOLA event series.
John P. Klingman, Favrot Professor at the Tulane School of Architecture, will present an overview of Mid-Century Modern-style architecture. New Orleans’ Mid-Century Modern landmarks will be explored inside of one of the most important buildings left in New Orleans — the Automotive Life Insurance Building, now the Mid-City Public Library Branch. This event is part of our Mid Mid NOLA event series.
Hosted by the Louisiana Architectural Foundation (LAF) and the New Orleans Architecture Foundation (NOAF), these monthly meet-ups are free to anyone who wants to learn more about New Orleans by drawing, painting, photography, etc.
Meet us at Longue Vue House and Gardens to draw, paint and photograph the architectural design and features of Longue Vue House, its dependencies, and the surrounding gardens.
Join New Orleans Architecture Foundation for a special walking tour of Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. and some of the incredible redevelopment that has happened in the past two decades. The tour will led by Lisa Pompa, Executive Director of the OC Haley Merchants and Business Association, as well as Ella Camburnbeck, Executive Director of Felicity Redevelopment.
Please join the New Orleans Architecture Foundation (NOAF) on Monday, April 10th to hear from Global Green USA and Urban Conservancy on DIY solutions for managing storm water at your home or business. NOAF believes dealing with storm water is an important component of architectural design and planning, especially in New Orleans. We have asked these two groups to share lessons learned and other tips on how attendees can make small but effective changes to dealing with water in their daily lives.
Join New Orleans Architecture Foundation for an exclusive tour of The Pontchartrain Hotel at 2031 St Charles Ave in the New Orleans Garden District. Named after Louis XIV court’s Count de Pontchartrain, the Pontchartrain Hotel in New Orleans originally opened as a luxury apartment building in 1927. In the 1940s, it was refashioned as a luxury hotel and became a veritable who’s who of prominent locals and visitors.
Please join the New Orleans Architecture Foundation on Tuesday, February 21st to hear from local architecture firm, Trapolin-Peer, on their lessons learned working with the Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation (DHP) and the Louisiana 25% Commercial Rehabilitation Tax Credit.
Join us on Wednesday, November 9th to hear from a panel of industry leaders on how privately owned single family home owners can economically benefit from available incentive programs.
Please join the New Orleans Architecture Foundation and New Orleans Museum of Art on Tuesday, October 25th for a design lecture, cocktail reception and book signing with renowned Architect Annabelle Selldorf, AIA.