New Orleans Architecture
They literally wrote the book about it
This $5M Greek-Italianate Revival mansion in the Garden District counts Nicolas Cage and Anne Rice as former owners
The former Catholic chapel retains stained glass, a Virgin Mary statue, and a wet bar acquired by Cage
How the new Louisiana Children’s Museum teaches kids about their city’s complex relationship with water
An interview with architect Rich Franko
From "Interview with the Vampire" to "American Horror Story"
Built of brick and glass, this contemporary lakefront home is an art collector’s dream.
Have you seen them all?
The courtyard pool and wet bar make it a great party spot
The inaugural tour through the Lower Garden District and Irish Channel kicks off Sunday, May 19
It highlights the creative ways homeowners have updated shotgun homes to suit 21st-century needs
Developed and curated by Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, it showcases the architecture firm’s pro-bono work
The project by Eskew+Dumez+Ripple is an addition to Lake Vista’s existing church
They’re the latest development by architect Jonathan Tate.
The six-mile tours follow an ancient portage route through four historic neighborhoods.
The asking price for this modernist masterpiece has dropped from $829K to $624K
The shotgun home is as synonymous to New Orleans as Mardi Gras is to the city.
Sometimes Instagram timelines need a refresh. If you’re looking to revamp your timeline with New Orleans architecture and art, check out these quintessential New Orleans-based Instagram accounts.
Starting this weekend, the Home Builders Association of Greater New Orleans will host its annual Parade of Homes, featuring more than 25 homes across Orleans, Jefferson, and St. Bernard parishes.
The French Quarter is the center of the city, and while every neighborhood in our 350 square miles is a treasure, the French Quarter remains the cultural crux of the New Orleans.
On Wednesday, March 1, CNBC premiered "The Deed," featuring New Orleans’ Sidney Torres IV as host.
Prolific Louisiana architect Henry Howard left his mark around New Orleans. Howard’s last known commission, the Auguste Tete house at 1914 Esplanade Ave., recently hit the market. Take a look inside, designed nearly 135 years ago and well preserved.
Located just off Ferret Street, a newly remodeled home adorns a Lasalle Street block. The house is walking distance from several locally owned restaurants and shops located on Freret. At 1,584 square feet, the home is two stories high. Take a look.
A contemporary home in New Orleans always sticks out amid the shotguns and other historic housing around it. Right now, there are a few homes on the market showcasing clean lines, eco-friendly features, and building materials of-the-moment.
A run-down eight-plex has been renovated into a contemporary condo complex in Marigny, and now its units are on the market. The building’s four units are 1,295 square feet each, with two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. Take a look inside.
Tulane University just unveiled the sleek, 5,800-square-foot ByWater Institute this week, designed by the New Orleans architecture firm Eskew+Dumez+Ripple. The facility is located between the Port of New Orleans headquarters and Mardi Gras World.
Designed by architect Michael Nius, this smart update on a camelback in Fontainebleau is green on the inside and out. The 1,754 square-foot olive four-bedroom also is equipped with some energy efficient features. Look inside the two-year-old house.
When this Lakefront house hit the market back in March, it stood out not only for its unusual look but also its owners—the contemporary Metairie manse belongs to Davis and Margaret China Lee, siblings of former Jefferson Parish Sheriff Harry Lee.
This Queen Anne Victorian in the Garden District, currently the home of the Sully Mansion Bed and Breakfast, just hit the market in hopes of becoming someone’s grand private residence. It was built in 1890 by the New Orleans architect Thomas Sully.
Architect Peter Kilgust, a former Curbed Young Guns finalist, and his wife Ashley live in a modern new construction the Lower Garden District that he designed. The home is modern, but it harkens back to a more dense Jackson Avenue. Take a look.
Another fabulous New Orleans midcentury modern to hit the market recently, this Curtis and Davis-designed home was built in 1956 as a residence for John Upton. On a private, lush lot, the home boasts a beautiful pool and deck. Take a look inside.