Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design

LOOP Pavillion Wins Merit Award at the Local AIA

Congratulations, to the Loop Team for winning the Merit Award from the AIA New Orleans! The jury had great things to say about the creative use of materials and detailing. Comments on the project...  Read more »

Students to begin work on Façade RENEW

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Earlier this year, Mayor Mitch Landrieu and NORA announced the launch of Façade RENEW, a grant program aimed at revitalizing storefronts and building facades in four areas. Tulane City Center will...  Read more »

Dan Etheridge and Emilie Taylor, TSA '06 of the Tulane City Center publish article in OZ

Dan Etheridge and Emilie Taylor (TSA '06) of the Tulane City Center publish article in OZ on the Tulane City Center You can download their article titled, "RADICAL INCREMENTALISM: An Open Letter in...  Read more »

Mayor kicks off Facade Renew Project

The Tulane City Center has been working with the New Orleans Redevelopment Authority to Launch a new program aimed at restoring/renewing facades along main commercial corridors in the city. The...  Read more »

Circle Foods celebrates its grand re-opening

Circle Food Store, a historic locally owned grocery in New Orleans’ 7 th Ward has re-opened as the community’s beloved hub and fresh food market. Over the past four years a team of Tulane School of...  Read more »

Dan Etheridge, Professor and Associate Director of Tulane City Center and his new eatery, Pagoda Cafe, is featured in The New Orleans Advocate.

Ian McNulty: Multiplying eateries keep the options coming By: ian mcnulty of the New Orleans Advocate As the restaurant boom has rolled on, buildings of all description have been converted into new...  Read more »

Tulane City Center LOOP Project Update

TSA community, This semester the Tulane City Center has partnered with LOOP (the Louisiana Outdoors Outreach Program) to work on a pavilion/activity space on City Park's Scout Island. Our team broke...  Read more »

Next City Magazine Highlights TCC Magellan Project

Fighting Floodwater to Grow a Garden — and a Healthy New Orleans By: SARAH GOODYEAR | NEXT CITY The Magellan Street Garden , in the Algiers section of New Orleans, was trying to grow. But this plot...  Read more »

The Times-Picayune Highlights Tulane City Center's "Magellan Project"

Tony Lee, an electrician, had been a working man all his life. But after a serious injury left him unable to continue his job, the Marine veteran found himself in an unusual condition: idle. "I was...  Read more »

Architecture students target mental health with 1 in Six campaign

By: Barri Bronston When a group of Tulane University architecture students began working on a design project at Pyramid Resource Wellness Center, a mental health treatment facility in Mid-City, it...  Read more »

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