Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

All articles for the month of 09/2013.

Tulane University’s J. Bennett Johnston Renovation debuts this fall

Tulane University’s J. Bennett Johnston Renovation debuts this fall

The J. Bennett Johnston Building renovations are creating some buzz at Tulane University, and rightfully so! The $13.5 million renovation, designed by Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, sets the stage for a vibrant hub of interdisciplinary research on Tulane Avenue and represents the first major downtown research space to bring together the schools of Science and Engineering, Medicine, and Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Read all about it here.

Arabella Street Residential Renovation Receives AIA Louisiana Honor Award

The American Institute of Architects Louisiana affiliate awarded four honor awards, seven Merit Awards and one Member’s Choice Award in its annual Design Awards competition. The awards were presented at the AIA Louisiana Design Conference Awards Banquet, held in Destin on August 2nd.

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Eskew+Dumez+Ripple Ranks #20 in “Architect 50” National Ranking

Eskew+Dumez+Ripple Ranks #20 in “Architect 50” National Ranking

For the fifth year, our annual ranking of U.S. architecture firms finds the best ... not necessarily the biggest.

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ULX From Brown to Green

Ten brownfields sprout new life.
The redevelopment of brownfields offers the potential to stitch abandoned or underused industrial and commercial properties back into the fabric of a city and help suburban sprawl. The degree to which elements of previous uses are retained or replaced varies widely depending on the type of project and its purpose and whether it is celebrating a city’s industrial past or erasing the memory of blight. The following ten projects – all completed during the past five years – represent creative restorations of unused land, ranging from the transformation of an old brickyard into a center for environmental and socially responsible nonprofits to the construction of a new branch of Louvre Museum on top of an old coal mine.

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Uptown Jazz Orchestra performing at the newly renovated US Mint Jazz Theatre

Uptown Jazz Orchestra performing at the newly renovated US Mint Jazz Theatre in New Orleans. Special guest Davell Crawford performs signature song that captures a unique & different take on the Louis Armstrong classic “What A Wonderful World.”

New Orleans BioInnovation Center Receives a 2013 American Architecture Award

New Orleans BioInnovation Center Receives a 2013 American Architecture Award

The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies has announced their 2013 American Architecture Awards.

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