Architecture -- Conservation and restoration
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes project drawings for residential and commerical buildings from the professional office of New Orleans architect, educator, and preservationist, Eugene Darwin Cizek, FAIA. Commissions were done in New Orleans, throughout Louisiana, and a few cities throughout the United States. Cisek's student drawings, including theses and student projects from the Delft Institute of Technology and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, are also maintained.
This collection of records from New Orleans architect Henry Krotzer, Jr. (1926-2012)'s office includes project drawings and correspondence done under his own name. Drawings and correspondence range from the late 1980s through the 2000s. Commissions include many consultations for the Hermann-Grima House in New Orleans, other cultural institutions, residences and plantations, and religious and medical buildings.
This collection of records from John Geiser, Incorporated — painting and interior decorating contractors of New Orleans — includes project drawings, watercolor renderings, stencils for projects, and some correspondence.
This collection of records, from New Orleans architectural office Koch and Wilson, includes project drawings, specifications, and professional correspondence (with attached photographs and contracts) regarding business, commercial, educational, medical, and residential buildings and additions. Projects were done in New Orleans, throughout Louisiana, and a few cities throughout the United States.
This collection of records, from the New Orleans architectural firm Lyons and Hudson, includes project drawings and photographs for commercial, civic, religious, and residential buildings in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana. Commissions include renovations for the Louisiana Supreme Court Building, the Orpheum Theater, the National D-Day Museum (now the World War II Museum), and Touro Synagogue in New Orleans.
This collection includes drawings by New Orleans architect and educator Nathaniel C. Curtis, Sr. (1881-1953), which were mostly made as illustrations for his book New Orleans, Its Old Houses, Shops, and Public Buildings (Philadelphia, 1927). Among the drawings is the original map reproduced as a fold-out insert in the volume. His diplomas are also maintained.
This collection includes measured drawings, which were prepared for the restoration of San Francisco Plantation House in St. James Parish, Louisiana (1974-1976) by Koch and Wilson, Architects, New Orleans.