Many may know this home as the Anne Rice mansion. Located on First St in the Garden District of New Orleans, the Brevard House is a historic landmark among the grand homes of this area. Completed in 1850 by Albert Brevard, the home is built as a mix of the Greek Revival and Italianate styles.
Blogger’s Note: There are many unique and wonderful architectural moments in New Orleans, but one of this blogger’s favorites is the “Pagoda House” on Napoleon Avenue. Quite of a mystery to unravel as to whom the original owner might be as well as the inspiration to reference traditional Japanese architecture. (Above): 2037 Napoleon Avenue, also
The end of Loyola University’s historic oak and Albany Woodworks’ solution. Albany Woodworks recently received recognized for its role in preserving the remains of the historic oak located on Loyola University’s campus in New Orleans, LA. A recent article by the Loyola Maroon covered the process of turning the nationally registered oak into benches. The new home
Built in 1881, and currently housing the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, tradition has it that the building rests on cotton bales for its foundation, which actually consists of cypress planks. Albany Woodworks supplied over 16,000 square feet of Antique Heart Pine Flooring in 2011 for the complete interior renovation and restoration. Update: 1/30/2015 The
Albany Woodworks Brings 37 years Of Expertise To New Orleans Homebuyer Fair With Focus On Historic Renovation. Albany Woodworks attended the Sellabration event in New Orleans focusing on Historic Renovations for homebuyers in the metro area. The event was organized by the Preservation Resource Center. The Preservation Resource Center in New Orleans has been focused on