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  • LA SAFE: Louisiana’s Strategic Adaptations for Future Environments

    • In Progress
    • Plaquemines, Lafourche, Terrebonne, St. John, Jefferson, & St. Tammany Parishes

    LA SAFE (Louisiana’s Strategic Adaptations for Future Environments) is a planning process that combines the expertise of Louisiana’s best design & planning firms with local knowledge and experience of thousands of residents across the coast. Together, we are forming a plan composed of programs, policies, and projects that will make coastal communities resilient in the… Continue reading

  • INCLEN Trust International Engagement

    • In Progress
    • Madhya Pradesh, India

    Concordia was invited to join a team of public health professionals and community leaders at INCLEN Trust International to introduce local village residents and leaders to a systemic planning model we call Nexus Planning. The goal was to engage a diverse group of constituents to recommend solutions to challenges within HBNC-Plus; a government program that… Continue reading

  • Pleasant St. Residence

    • 2017
    • New Orleans, LA

    This project involved renovating and expanding the kitchen and master bedroom suite of a historic home in uptown New Orleans. A scientist and nature lover, our client wanted to bring the ambiance of his forested back yard into his living space. Our design response is modern but warm, accommodating the view, but still relating to… Continue reading

  • Choice Neighborhoods Initiative: Iberville-Tremé

    • In Progress
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Multi-family housing, retail, recreational space, transportation center, urban design

    Concordia is part of a team that was selected by the Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO) and the City of New Orleans to redevelop the Iberville Public Housing Projects, the last of five major housing redevelopment projects in the city.

  • Nunez Community College Fine Arts Center

    • 2016
    • Chalmette, LA
    • Fine arts center, theater, lounge, early childhood

    The State of Louisiana commissioned Concordia to design a replacement for the Fine Arts Center at Nunez Community College, which flooded during Hurricane Katrina. A new two story building will house the fine and performing arts programs as well as an early childhood teaching program. The new center features a black box theater and student lounge, along with art studios for painting, sculpture, printing, and graphic design.