AIA New Orleans in partnership with AIA Austin and Women in Architecture, are hosting the second annual Design and Practice Exchange, entitled Design to Change, a virtual symposium focusing on equity in educational design, the environment, and offering professional networking and development opportunities.
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Tulane City Center and a team of Tulane architecture students worked together with the Lousiana Outdoor Outreach Program to design a shade structure made from traffic yield signs for a challenge course in City Park. Drawing inspiration from the surrounding tree canopy and the structure of the ropes course, the design team crafted a faceted, curving aluminum canopy suspended by steel cables with an earthen berm for seating below. More about the pavilion, after the break.