Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

All articles for the month of 01/2013.

EDR FEATURED ON NEWSWEEK.COM WITH CONCEPTS FOR THE FUTURE OF NEW ORLEANS

EDR FEATURED ON NEWSWEEK.COM WITH CONCEPTS FOR THE FUTURE OF NEW ORLEANS

Newsweek Magazine’s online home, newsweek.com, features New Orleans in its latest look at cities of the future in the United States through its series called “The Future of Work.”

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EDR RANKS #23 IN “ARCHITECT 50” NATIONAL RANKING

EDR RANKS #23 IN “ARCHITECT 50” NATIONAL RANKING

The Firm is the only in the Gulf States Region to Make the List
Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, a New Orleans-based architectural and interior design studio, received one of the highest levels of recognition within the professional architectural community this year through its ranking as number 23 by Architect Magazine, the official publication of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

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EDR ANNOUNCES TWO NEWLY LICENSED ARCHITECTS

Jose Alvarez, AIA, LEED AP and David Demsey, AIA both Designers at Eskew+Dumez+Ripple architects, have both recently earned their architectural licenses to practice from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

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EDR PROJECTS RECEIVE TOP HONORS AT AIA NEW ORLEANS CEREMONY

Two Eskew+Dumez+Ripple (EDR) designed projects that demonstrate the firm’s range of expertise were recognized last week by the AIA New Orleans Chapter as some of the best architecture of 2010.

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EDR EARNS PSMJ HONOR FOR 4TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR

PSMJ Resources, Inc., the premier management consulting firm for the A/E/C (architecture/engineering/construction) industries, today published the 2010 PSMJ Circle of Excellence.

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ESKEW+DUMEZ+RIPPLE EXPANDS NEW ORLEANS–BASED STUDIO

As the firm’s practice continues to strengthen its workload and expand its design team, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple has begun an expansion of its well-known studio on the 31st Floor of One Canal Place in New Orleans. After maintaining a footprint of roughly 9,000 square feet at the top floor of the downtown office town for nearly ten years, the studio will now occupy even more space on the floor through a renovation that will add an additional 5,000 square feet to its open studio floor plan.

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