Wine Riddling Wall Featured on French Houzz

Wine Riddling Wall Featured on French Houzz

Read this French article on Houzz  ("In the spotlight: Did you spot these 10 photos? Here are some nuggets among the thousands of photos arrived on Houzz these last 7 days.")

Les grands crus s’emparent des murs à la Nouvelle-Orléans
Plutôt qu’une cave ou un bar à vin, ce passionné d’œnologie a préféré mettre en valeur ses grands crus grâce à un aménagement original. 

Canal Street Beat: Look Inside Newly Renovated Mixed-Use Development The Barwil’s Penthouse Condo

Canal Street Beat: Look Inside Newly Renovated Mixed-Use Development The Barwil’s Penthouse Condo

From Canal Street Beat:

Trinion Properties restored the building over a 10 year period, and had originally planned to build out two units on the penthouse level. Instead, the team noticed how there was, “not much new construction in the high-end market that gave people very much space or privacy so we switched gears and decided to build a single unit instead.”
“With its high ceilings, salvaged 19th-century industrial girder beam and columns, extra-wide plank European white oak floors and solid oak custom 8-foot tall doors, the penthouse would never be mistaken for cookie cutter new construction,” shared The Barwil website. The penthouse condo spans the entire fifth floor of the building with three bedrooms and three bathrooms for an asking price of $2,150,000.

Nola.com Article On What $2.25M Buys Around New Orleans Features The Barwil's Penthouse

Nola.com Article On What $2.25M Buys Around New Orleans Features The Barwil's Penthouse

From Nola.com:

What will $2.25 million buy you around the New Orleans area? Looking through the real estate listings this week, we found three residences: a penthouse in the Central Business District for $2,150,000; a mansion in Covington for $2,195,000 and a newly constructed Victorian-style home Uptown for $2,250,000. Here’s a closer look:

CurbedNola Features The Barwil Building's New Penthouse

CurbedNola Features The Barwil Building's New Penthouse

From Curbed Nola:

An impressive full-floor condominium located at the Barwil on Tchoupitoulas Street just hit the market. Its 130-year old structure, now a mixed-use condominium, was once used as a candy and elixirs warehouse. This fifth-floor unit is the only residential unit for sale in this building...

Meet Alex Geriner of Doorman Designs

Meet Alex Geriner of Doorman Designs

From Alex Geriner of Doorman Designs:

The materials we use are sourced from around the Gulf South with an emphasis on sustainability and an understanding of our environment. Much of our eco friendly furniture is built with reclaimed wood from historic New Orleans homes destroyed or damaged by Katrina. Growing up on the Gulf Coast, I know how much history is to be found in New Orleans’ architectural details. After Katrina, my heart broke seeing the city’s soul, flooded and ruined, and being torn down. I believe that each door, each window frame, and each piece of wood is a piece of the South that should never be lost, but saved. I like to think that I’m keeping their stories alive through my designs and furniture.

Meet the Team at GoodWood Nola

Meet the Team at GoodWood Nola

From GoodWood Nola:

GoodWood is a design and fabrication firm specializing in commercial design+build, with a focus in custom furniture and architectural fabrication. Located in the MidCity district of New Orleans, our mission is to consciously create beautiful, timeless pieces and designs that inspire our unique city to continue rebuilding.