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Mirabeau Water Garden Featured in the New York Times
The Sisters of St. Joseph and Waggonner & Ball’s Mirabeau Water Garden project will be one of the largest urban wetlands in the country, designed to store over 10 million gallons of stormwater runoff to protect Gentilly from flooding. Link: Flood and Sacrifice: How an Old Convent Could Help Save New Orleans
Waterloop: Ramiro Diaz on a Living With Water Approach to Architecture
Waterloop is a podcast about water in our lives and on our planet. In this episode Ramiro explains Waggonner & Ball’s Living With Water approach to design that prioritizes water sustainability, climate resilience, and community livability. He discusses projects including the Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan, Mirabeau Water Garden, and Dutch Dialogues. Ramiro also […]
Louisiana Children’s Museum published in Architectural Record
Opened last year, the Children’s Museum, completed with Mithun, represents our “Living with Water” concept at the building scale: architecture responsive to climate and water, inspired by landscape and place. The project is sited on a City Park lagoon, part of a water system we are currently analyzing with Batture Engineers to study opportunities for reducing stormwater […]
Welcome Xiaolan!
We’re pleased to introduce Mengning (Xialoan) Lan as the newest addition to our team. Originally from Beijing, Xiaolan is a recent Tulane M.Arch graduate who brings international perspective to our work. Welcome Xiaolan!
The Historic New Orleans Collection wins 2020 Excellence in Historic Preservation Award
We’re excited to share that The Historic New Orleans Collection has received a Louisiana Landmarks Society Excellence in Historic Preservation Award. Congratulations to a visionary client and dedicated team!  2020 Excellence in Historic Preservation Awards