Frank Gehry New Orleans House

Photo credit: Chad Chenier / Make It Right Foundation
http://www.chadchenierphotography.com/ http://www.makeitrightnola.org/

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thomas_helbing
Thomas Helbing added this to Do You Know About the New European Bauhaus Initiative?3 May 2021

House designed by Frank Ghery for families who became homeless due to Hurricane Katrina in 2005.Are There Points of Criticism? Yes, primarily on two points. First: Some worry that the New European Bauhaus will be an exclusive and elite movement. Secondly, there are doubts about how sustainability is supposed to succeed alongside our growth-oriented capitalist system. Alexandra Mitsotaki, co-founder and president of the World Human Forum, says, “The notion of Bauhaus is a notion that is by definition quite elitist. We should go a step further … We must understand that in this we are all together. Whether we live in New York City, or in a slum in India, the truth is that if the climate catastrophe happens, we will all be the victims. Some more than others – poor people clearly more so.”

rebeccalgross
Rebecca Gross added this to Smart Living: All About Solar Panels20 May 2017

This colourful house is the Frank Gehry-designed New Orleans duplex for the Make It Right foundation, which constructs homes, buildings and communities for people in need, particularly those devastated by Hurricane Katrina. It has a rooftop terrace covered with frameless solar modules that convert sunlight into electricity and double as a waterproof canopy to provide added shelter.

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jtmonaco
Jake Monaco added this to Saloma rooftop deck19 August 2018

Interesting solar installation.... don’t think we’d like to do this, but would love to incorporate solar somehow

kati_todd
Kati Todd added this to 1126 Lexington11 October 2017

I don't like the rail around the front porch but don't mind the layout of door and side porch.

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