Tag: historic elements

  • Three High Points Among NOLA Construction Icons

    In a twist of NOLA construction history, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, opened in 1975, is today as iconically New Orleans as the St. Louis Cathedral, built 181 years earlier. Curtis & Davis designed the “Flying Saucer” with a 440,000-sq ft dome that soars 273 ft above Poydras Avenue. Until 1992, it was the world’s largest fixed-dome […]

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  • Insider Tricks for Making a Historic Home Look Modern

    Many people appreciate the charm of older homes. Although these houses are often full of character, it might be time for a historic remodeling project that will transform a residence so it has a newer look. Break Down the Walls Older homes tend to be comprised of numerous small rooms that make up the entire […]

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