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 The Roosevelt New Orleans!
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 Image by Charlotte Throop) […]
Culture Collision Eleven
Please join the New Orleans Architecture Foundation on Wednesday, August 29th, to learn about the diverse mix of arts organizations the city has to offer. […]
NOAF Building Tour: Crescent Care Community Health Center
Join us for a guided tour of the Crescent Care Community Health Center, designed by Gould Evans and developed by Gulf Coast Housing Partnership. Following the tour, we’ll hear from some of the building’s occupants and users about the ways their needs shaped the design process, along with the designers and developers who brought those ideas to reality. […]
Mid Mod NOLA: The Life and Legacy of Wayne Troyer, FAIA
Please join PRC, NOAF, DOCOMOMO US/Louisiana, and studioWTA for an evening celebrating the remarkable life and career of Wayne Troyer, FAIA. Wayne’s guiding hand on studioWTA’s work has affected New Orleans in so many positive ways; and his true love of Modernism and contemporary architecture has inspired students, practicing architects, urbanists, designers and preservationists over decades. […]
Mid Mod NOLA: Tax Credits and Mid-Century Architecture: Challenges, Tips, and Inspiration
The resurgence of interest in Mid-Century Modern architecture has led to the redevelopment of a wide variety of these structures. While many are eligible for State and/or Federal Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, understanding how and when a building qualifies requires an in-depth understanding of its history and construction. […]