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  • Jefferson-Houston School

    • Construction
    • Alexandria, VA
    • PreK-8 school

    Located in historic Alexandria, Virginia, the design for the Jefferson Houston School references local Art Deco architecture, which has been interpreted and simplified to create a sleeker, more contemporary design aesthetic that fits into the local context and represents the innovative educational mission of the parents, students, and teachers. The new school will become a teaching tool with architectural “manifestations” where students can learn about how the building works. The project is expected to be complete in Fall 2014.

  • Milton H. Latter Memorial Library Renovations

    • 2016
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Library, Computer Lab, Offices, Reading Rooms, and Storage Space for the Milton H. Latter Branch and the Friends of New Orleans Public Library

    Concordia was hired by the City of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to produce a Comprehensive Facility Assessment and Master Plan for improvements. The Master Plan recommended breaking the project in two phases, linked to available funding sources from FEMA, CDBG, and the City of New Orleans. Phase I included a full… Continue reading

  • Lagniappe House

    • 2008
    • New Orleans, LA
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    The LEED Platinum Lagniappe House, designed for Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Project, is highly praised among neighborhood homeowners for its responsiveness to its geographic and cultural context. The Lagniappe House was the most popular design chosen by the Make It Right Foundation’s Lower 9th Ward residents.

  • The Groves at Mile Branch Creek

    • 2011
    • Covington, LA
    • Single and multi family housing, community center

    The Groves at Mile Branch Creek is a single and multi family affordable housing development comprising 22 buildings, which include 94 rental units and a community resource center. The buildings not only respect the historic fabric of the Covington community but also reflect contemporary art and culture.

  • Neron Place Residence

    • 2007
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Single family residence

    The LEED Gold Neron Place Residence is a modern interpretation of the traditional south Louisiana vernacular as well as an experiment in applying the principles of sacred geometry to residential design. It achieves harmony with the surrounding streetscape, with nature, and with the environment.