Cultural

The Historic New Orleans Collection (THNOC) - Seignouret-Brulator House

Situated in New Orleans’ famed French Quarter, the 200-year-old Seignouret-Brulator House is a museum, research center, and publisher dedicated to preserving the history and culture of the Gulf South. The renovation, containing a new museum exhibition facility with three state-of-the-art gallery spaces and nearly 12,000 sf of exhibition space, was undertaken as part of the city’s three-hundredth anniversary celebration. Brulator Court, one of the Quarter’s best-known courtyards, is frequently the site of art and television productions.

Awards: 2020 Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation from the Louisiana Landmarks Society

Architect: Waggoner & Ball, New Orleans LA
Engineer: TLC Engineering Solutions, New Orleans LA

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