Louisiana Inspirations

JG Kitchens

I lived in Louisiana for two years and greatly enjoyed the food, music, culture and historical sites there. My job regularly took me to Cajun Country, much of which has suffered terrible floods in recent days. This new Pinterest board is in honor of those who have suffered terrible losses.

Acrow Supplies Two Modular Steel Bridges to Terrebonne Parish in Louisiana

The A to Z of Building

Acrow Bridge, a leading international bridge engineering and supply company, has provided Terrebonne Parish in Louisiana with two modular steel bridges to replace critically deficient structures in

Louisiana-Pacific Breaks Ground for New FlameBlock Sheathing Production Line Building

The A to Z of Building

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation today broke ground on a project that will add a FlameBlock® Fire-Rated OSB Sheathing line at its Clarke County, Ala., oriented strand board (OSB) mill. Dignitaries

Week of July 8th, 2019 – Classic American Style

Architectural Ceramics

Check out the entries for South Dakota and Louisiana to see what we mean! Coming out of 4 th of July weekend, we reflected on American design styles and architects. From Washington, D.C.’s

Jacobs to Provide Engineering and Procurement for Monsanto's Potential Expansion in Louisiana

The A to Z of Building

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. announced today that it was selected by Monsanto Company (Monsanto) to provide engineering and procurement for a potential expansion of its St. Charles Parish operations

Fluor-Technip JV to Support Sasol’s Louisiana Ethane Cracker and Derivatives Complex Project

The A to Z of Building

Fluor Corporation, in a joint venture with Technip, was awarded a contract to continue to support Sasol with the detailed design, procurement and construction of its world-scale ethane cracker and

Get The Look: Gentilly Restaurant In New York

Granada Tile

At Gentilly, a New Orleans restaurant in New York City, what looks like very much like our Cluny cement tiles decorate the bar, the tile pattern a subtle nod to the cast iron lattice work found all over the Louisiana neighborhood for which this restaurant is named.

LAGCOE 2015 Expo: Bedford Reinforced Plastics to Showcase Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Products

The A to Z of Building

Bedford Reinforced Plastics, a leading manufacturer of fiberglass-reinforced polymer (FRP) structural profiles, pultruded and molded grating, will be exhibiting at the 2015 Louisiana Gulf Coast Oil

Extensive Renovations Completed at Holy Angels' Madonna Hall Residential Dormitory

The A to Z of Building

A grand opening celebration was held yesterday in Shreveport, Louisiana, on the campus of Holy Angels residential facility. Extensive renovations to Holy Angels' residential dormitory known as

CBL and Stirling Enter JV to Construct Ambassador Town Center in City of Lafayette

The A to Z of Building

and Stirling Properties announced today a joint venture to develop Ambassador Town Center in Lafayette, Louisiana. CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. The approximately 58-acre site is located at

Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital Begins Construction of Children's Healthcare Facility

The A to Z of Building

Today, Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana broke ground on a new, state-of-the-art hospital that will serve as a premier destination for high-quality

Project Build a Future Receives $2,000 Partnership Grant Program Award

The A to Z of Building

Project Build a Future (PBAF), a nonprofit developer of affordable housing, received a $2,000 Partnership Grant Program (PGP) award from First Federal Bank of Louisiana and the Federal Home Loan Bank

LP FlameBlock Fire-Rated OSB Sheathing Line to be Manufactured at Alabama Facility

The A to Z of Building

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation today announced that it will add a FlameBlock® Fire-Rated OSB Sheathing line at its Clarke County, Ala., facility. LP FlameBlock® Fire-Rated OSB Sheathing will

ARDEX Awarded Best Service Provider by Fuse Alliance

The Pulse: Ardex Americas

Robert Dalton, ARDEX Director of Customer Operations and Commercial Excellence, accepted the award on behalf of ARDEX during the Fuse Alliance annual conference, held in March of this year in New Orleans, Louisiana. “It Fuse Alliance awarded ARDEX Americas the best service provider of 2017.

Defining a House Style: What Makes A Creole Home?

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Louisiana is a place like no other. It and its surrounding areas are home to a truly unique style of architecture known as the Creole home.

Growing Region 101: Why It Matters for Your Lawn

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Louisiana. Want a lush lawn? Plant the right grass type for your growing region. Image: Westend61/Getty Images. If you ever cruise Pinterest or home design sites (and we’re guessing you do), you’ve probably fawned over a gorgeous lawn or two.

HomeAdvisor’s 2019 Report Reveals Popular Spending Trends

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Texas, Alabama, Georgia, and Louisiana lead in this area, as a result of tropical storms, thunderstorms, flooding and hail.

Jeff Blanchard Doesn't Gamble on Products for Casino Projects

CUSTOM Insights Blog

Jeff Blanchard of American Tile and Marble in Shreveport, Louisiana joined the tile industry after working for general contractors for many years. His experience managing large construction teams has led to success in his new business, where they focus on tiling high-end commercial projects such as casinos. It also gives him a unique perspective on tile installation and the technical side of the trade. How did you get into the tile business?The

Pond House at Ten Oaks Farm Anchored in Picturesque Surroundings

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Rising on the waterline in Hammond, Louisiana, this 1,250 square foot pond house overlooks relaxing waterviews. acres in Southeast Louisiana. American Holly & Smith Architects are the ones who designed this remote retreat known as the Pond House at Ten Oaks Farm.

What Is Your State’s Most Popular Design Style? Google Knows!

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Image: Coastal Living Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississipi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee Most popular design style: farmhouse Farmhouse design is alive and well, thanks to the popularity of Chip and Joanna Gaines ‘ show, “Fixer Upper.”

The Most Searched for Furniture Item in Each State

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Jewelry armoires are favored in Louisiana and Mississippi. We’ve already talked about how Google can give us some pretty cool data when it comes to interior design, but the monster search engine is proving itself yet again.

What to Get an Architect for Christmas [2017]

Life of an Architect

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Landscape and Architecture $45 by Michael Sheridan (Author) and‎ Michael Holm (Editor) Fun Fact: The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is located just outside Copenhagen, Denmark and NOT in Louisiana.

One Small Bath, Many Ideas

The Perfect Bath

despite making progress since 2003, only 20 percent of Louisiana students were proficient,000 in lost revenue from the town of Newport.” Occasionally, one inspiring photo can bring about a wealth of new ideas. This presumably small bath originally pictured in Architectural Digest offers many opportunities to discuss small bath options. While I am not sure of the exact length of this bath, it appears to be only about 6 feet wide. By all accounts that makes for a very narrow space.

Bath 40

Time2Design: Wallpaper Wednesday | Artist Amanda Talley | #NOLA


New Orleans, Louisiana. PAGES. SLIDESHOW. FOLLOW. CONTACT. ABOUT. Wallpaper Wednesday | Artist Amanda Talley | #NOLA. left to right Lori Gilder, Andie Day, Amanda Talley, Meridith Heron, Carmen Christensen.

Traveling and Working

Life of an Architect

We currently have projects in Wisconsin, California, and Oklahoma, but we’ve recently finished up work in Louisiana, Tennessee and Georgia … pretty remarkable considering we are a small firm of 8 people and half of our work is residential.