Its all about housing. Board drawing in abandoned school, New Orleans, Louisana.
Researching and mapping the data to get more insight into the circumstances as to why Katarina caused such massive damage to New Orleans.
New Orleans Costal Land Loss map.
Lower Ninth Ward was hitten hardest by the hurricane. Only concrete driveways and supley structures remain on many housing lots.
Activist for rebuilding Lower 9th Ward. Roots run deeper here.
Make it Right Foundation design next to traditional house. The foundation founded by Brad Pitt hired several architects and proposed building 150 houses.
After Katrina, over 4,000 homes were lost in the 9th Ward. In 2018, only 109 of the 150 proposed Make It Right Foundation houses have been completed, and of those 109, many appear to be falling apart.
Some efforts to rebuild New Orleans comes from Christian organisations.
Volunteers working on a site run by Habitat for Humanity.
Habitat for Humanity, a worldwide Christian organization, have built around 80 homes (Musician’s Village).
Claiborne Avenue Bridge between St. Claude and Lower 9th Ward.
12 years after William Christenberry: Green Warehouse, Newbern, Alabama
Rural Studio is an off-campus design-build program, in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture at Auburn University.
Located in Newbern, AL Rural Studio specializes in architecture using recycled materials.
A house built for the 20K project.
Designing affordable houses for everyone with a cost limit of 20K.
Year 2000 design the Glass Chapel serves as a transportation hub, community space, chapel for the local choral group, and distribution center for children’s summer school meals.
Rural Studio: Butterfly House.
In Biloxi, Katrina killed 53 people and destroyed nearly 20% of the town.
"Hurricane-safe" construction visualizes the fear of another hurricane reaching landfall.
The Gulf Coast Community Design Studio matched experts with locals to design homes that met personal needs.
Community Design Studio blackboard showing projects progress.
Biloxi satelite view.
New build home with help from the Gulf Coast Community Design Studio (GCCDS). GCCDS is a professional service and outreach program at Mississippi State University’s College of Architecture, Art + Design.
Community Design Studio architect explains.
New build residential building in Biloxi, Missisippi.
Coexist. Abandoned concrete structure at Gulf shoreline.
Architectural reconstruction some years after Hurricane Katrina destroyed vast areas of the Gulf Coast including New Orleans, Louisiana, Missisippi and Alabama.