In the 1920s, a new highway system connected New Orleans to other cities along the Gulf Coast.
Preservation in Print
A 120-year-old shotgun house in Carrollton has been restored.
The design of this Mid Century Modern home is unique, with two wings connected by a hallway of glass walls.
This Mid Century Modern home in New Orleans intertwines form with function – and features an original mahogany staircase and bar.
After two restorations, this Mid Century Modern home – once in a state of disrepair and neglect – shines once again in Lake Vista.
Complete with original furniture, this Mid Century Modern home in Lake Vista is a time capsule to the 1950s.
Successful adaptive reuse on Canal Street ushers in the future of affordable travel.
Rescuing a Lower Garden District structure from the brink of demolition
A building boom from the 1960s through the 1980s shaped the modern skyline of New Orleans.
The home of famed Mid-Century Modern architect Albert Ledner is a modern marvel.
These lagniappe properties include a church dating to 1854, a renovated 1920s corner store, and a new urban infill development.
This shotgun home with a spacious side gallery marries a restored historic structure with a modern addition to the back.