Troyer and his staff expertly shift between modern and historic architecture. A sleek glass rooftop addition caps the St. Joseph Condominiums, an adaptive-reuse project in New Orleans' Warehouse District.
For a new house in the Holy Cross neighborhood, designed under the auspices of the city's Preservation Resource Center, the firm followed the basic forms of a typical Creole cottage.
Mixed-use infill projects could help revitalize New Orleans communities by providing pedestrian-oriented places where neighbors can shop and dine. Troyer's design for ICInola (shown here) will contain ground-floor retail.
This adaptive-reuse-meets-modern plan project, The Rice Mill Lofts, will contain ground floor retail to help foster community interaction.