An iconic gateway and interconnected, state-of-the-art aviation campus. The new Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Campus represents a symbolic gateway and anchor for new the Airport City development.
Until the 1890s, New Orleans was an estuary. As land developed, it was in order of its elevation from high to low. Not until the early 1960s were the lowest-lying areas of marsh and wetlands drained to accommodate housing. This type of development, coupled with the reality of rising water levels and a sin…
The New Orleans Jazz Park offers an optimistic vision to reactivate the city after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Despite the city’s enormous losses, its musical heritage remains undiminished, offering a hopeful way to rebuild the city both physically and psychologically.
By sculpting land and built forms into a coherent relationship with the existing urban fabric, the NYC2012 Olympic Village leaves a legacy to the city, creating a new architectural DNA that will function as a stimulus for creative development of the adjacent urban areas for years to come.