5 New Orleans buildings combine architecture, concrete

03/4/2013 | New Orleans Magazine

The National World War II Museum, Norman Mayer Branch Library, Academy of Sacred Heart gymnasium, St. Katherine Drexel Chapel and the Grow Dat Youth Farm in New Orleans are five works by different designers that used architectural concrete, including precast. This article showcases how the combination of design and concrete yielded "five blueprints to excellence," writes John Klingman.

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