Project Archives

studioWTA Offices

The most daunting challenge an architect faces is often the design of his or her own space, but this 1937 factory building in downtown New Orleans provided clear inspiration as a collaborative workspace for studioWTA.

St. Elizabeth’s

Adaptive reuse of a nineteenth-century orphanage into condominiums, and the addition of five new-construction townhouses.

St. Joseph Rebuild Center

With an outreach objective to serve 250 to 300 people per day, this facility is a social service and recovery center for the transient population of New Orleans that burgeoned in the aftermath of the destruction resulting from hurricane Katrina and the levee failures.

Rice Mill Lofts

Adaptive reuse of a derelict, five-story masonry warehouse into 20,000 sf of ground floor commercial space and sixty residential lofts, townhouses, and penthouses, as well as an expansive roof deck.

Jefferson Presbyterian Church

Warm but minimal chapel inspired by an “economy of means” and religious iconography for a small congregation whose previous church had been destroyed by fire.

Crutcher Residence

New single-family residence with home office and pool in Uptown New Orleans.

Kingsway

Renovation of a grand historic mansion on the edge of New Orleans’ French Quarter from sound studios back to a single residence

Wall Residential College

New construction, four-story undergraduate residence hall on Tulane University’s Uptown campus.

PJ’s Coffee Shop

A small coffee shop on the uptown campus of Tulane University, situated under the belly of a large, existing academic building.

Arthur Roger@434

A minimalist renovation in a historic building to house a storefront gallery and workspace extension for an existing, adjacent gallery.