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Robert Cangelosi


PRST 6620 - History of New Orleans Regional Architecture


Robert Cangelosi, Jr., president of Koch and Wilson Architects, is an architectural historian and licensed architect. For over thirty-five years, his practice has focused on the preservation, restoration, renovation, and adaptive reuse of hundreds of historic structures in Louisiana and Mississippi, as well as archival research reports and architectural assessment studies. He was co-editor of the last two volumes of the Friends of the Cabildo’s respected New Orleans Architecture series, Jefferson City, and The University Section, and has served as a historical advisor and appeared in programs for Home & Garden Television and WYES-TV New Orleans. Robby taught New Orleans Architecture at Tulane University for over two decades and is an instructor for Design Art seminars throughout the country. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Florida.