New Orleans Architecture Foundation
New Orleans Architecture Tours is a proud partner of the New Orleans Architecture Foundation (NOAF). We both share the same mission of educating the public about New Orleans architecture and we both strive for the highest quality educational opportunities.
Whether you are visiting or are a born and raised New Orleanian, we hope you enjoy the unmatched monthly and annual programs of our friends at New Orleans Architecture Foundation, offering monthly tours, keynotes, and annual events. You can also become a Friend of NOAF and support their vision to expand the reach of architecture and design. Make sure to tell them we sent you!
September Sketch Session: Let's Draw Historic Gretna!
Hosted by the Urban Sketchers New Orleans Chapter, these monthly meet-ups are free to anyone who wants to learn more about New Orleans by pencil, pen, paintbrush, etc. (Featured Sketch courtesy of Miriam Lilje) […]
August Sketch Session: New Orleans Museum of Art
Hosted by the Urban Sketchers New Orleans Chapter, these monthly meet-ups are free to anyone who wants to learn more about New Orleans by drawing, painting, photography, etc.&nbs […]
NOAF Building Tour: The Rose Collaborative
Join us as we tour the Rose Collaborative and hear from the project's developer, Mike Grote of Alembic Community Development. Rose Community Development Corporation and Alembic Community Development have partnered to redevelop this historic property, a new 1.5-acre hub for the arts, education, and entrepreneurship in the former St. Rose de Lima church building on Bayou Road. […]
NOAF Lecture Series - Rome Office
Please join the New Orleans Architecture Foundation on Tuesday, September 4th, to hear from local architects, Melissa and Brian Rome, about their practice, design process and philosophy, and the unique challenges and opportunities of practicing architecture in New Orleans and elsewhere. […]
NOAF Walking Tour: Historic Tax Credit Projects of the Lower Garden District
Join us for a special Walking Tour highlighting three recent Lower Garden projects, all utilizing Historic Tax Credits to restore life into historic structures. We will hear from the design teams and clients of Il Mercato, Felicity Church, and the offices of Spackman Mossop Michaels. […]