Project New Orleans

Posted by Home Energy on October 31, 2006

The Tulane School of Architecture and the New Orleans African-American Museum present "Project New Orleans," an exhibit presenting architectural and planning proposals for the post-Katrina rebuilding of New Orleans.

The exhibit, featuring more than 3000 visual boards by professional, student and activist designers, opened Saturday, October 28 and will run through December 8, 2006. In addition, the exhibit will be posted as an interactive resource on the Tulane School of Architecture website, and a book presenting the proposed designs is slated to be published in 2007.

For more information, please visit the Tulane School of Architecture, the New Orleans African-American Museum and the Project New Orleans web sites.

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