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  • Jefferson Economic Development Commission Headquarters

    • 2011
    • Avondale, LA
    • Business incubator and offices

    The project’s design has been said to reflect progressive movement and innovative thinking. The Jefferson Economic Development Commission (JEDCO) Headquarters is a center for business development and growth. In addition to its energy efficient systems and technological capabilities, the complex features an impressive art collection from some of the area’s most popular artists.

  • Contemporary Arts Center

    • 1990
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Museum, art center, cafe

    Developed through a process of interdisciplinary collaboration, Concordia’s renovation of the Contemporary Arts Center creates a richly layered building that integrates sculptural work to complement the architecture. Concordia worked with national arts advisers and local curators to select the artists.

  • The Ogden Museum of Southern Art

    • 1998
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Museum addition

    The Stephen Goldring Hall, an addition to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, houses the art collections, exhibition spaces, a museum store, art vault, administrative offices, and the Goldring-Woldenberg Institute for the Advancement of Southern Art and Culture. The building reflects the distinctive historic architecture of the surrounding Warehouse District. The design process presented many… Continue reading

  • New Orleans Insectarium

    • 1993
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Museum, gallery, botanical garden, greenhouse

    The New Orleans Insectarium includes an insect museum, outdoor botanical garden, underground exhibition gallery, educational exhibits, and a vaulted butterfly greenhouse. The building’s roof shapes and other architectural details mimic the forms, textures, patterns and graphic patterns of insects and the natural world.

  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

    • 1990
    • New Orleans, LA
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    Concordia and four other New Orleans architectural firms established the “Bienville Group,” a joint venture commissioned to design the $40 million Aquarium of the Americas and Woldenberg Riverfront Park. The design of the aquarium was strongly influenced by the need to accommodate entire habitats that give visitors a view of nature both above and below water.