More stories about Baton Rouge, LA

  • Talking Points

    Defining the Delta Region's changes.

  • Morning News Roundup: A Green Roof for Barclays Center

    Barclays Center's living roof, the 23-year-old behind New York YIMBY, and a 29-story game of Tetris in Philadelphia.

  • Eskew Dumez Ripple Wins the AIA 2014 Architecture Firm Award

    Days after the death of founding partner Allen Eskew, the firm wins the Institute's highest honor for its design work across Louisiana and waterfront planning in New Orleans.

  • One Eleven Mixed-Use Development, Baton Rouge, La.

    Our judges roundly praised this mixed-use building as a truly urban insertion and a shining precedent for a downtown undergoing a renaissance.

  • lrk files for bankruptcy

    Looney Ricks Kiss Architects filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in February 2010. Four of the firm's offices will remain open.

  • j. carson looney, faia

    Memphis, Tenn.-based Looney Ricks Kiss (LRK) is an award-winning 25-year-old firm that had only reduced staff once prior to 2008.

  • round the bend

    In lieu of drywall, PLUSone turns to flexible architectural panels from Interior Products of Brunswick, Ga., for architectural detailing. “In a ceiling, you can use it as the finish without any other treatment,” Baird explains.

  • tri this

    Plusone Design + Construction: Aluminum store-front framing from Kawneer North America.

  • a lovely mesh

    Plusone Design + Donstruction: Metal mesh from W.S. Tyler.

  • hipper habitat

    Designed and built by Louisiana State University Architecture School students, this contemporary Habitat for Humanity house in Baton Rouge breaks the organization's typical mold.