We were excited to have participated in this Baton Rogue Healthcare Facility’s facade renovation, with construction beginning summer 2017. More information and images to come as the work progresses!
Another great addition to downtown! This new office is a renovation of one of Shreveport’s oldest buildings, only one block from the downtown Riverfront. The building sat vacant for many years and formerly housed Sciport before their expansion into their new, much larger facility on Clyde Fant. KBA worked with Wieland in documenting the existing space and developing a floorplan, material layout and various furniture arrangements in order to ensure their new office would utilize the open floorplan they wanted, without hindering the capacity for individual workspaces to feel private. All of these design considerations were balanced against ensuring that…
Maven Royalty Partners
Another great new office in Downtown! This new office on one of the upper floors in the Lofts @ 624 Texas turned out beautifully. This project includes several unique features, such as custom oversized top-hung sliding doors for each office, allowing for a more flexible open office environment. Natural light is brought into the kitchen and plan review areas through large north facing windows. Large Fiddler Fig and Large Leaf Fern potted planters are placed throughout, balancing some natural colors against the exposed historic masonry walls, as well as the new bar joist structure for the floor above. The mounted…
Some projects just don’t work out! You can see more about this proposal for a new office building for RISCOM in our portfolio, here.
WIENER (DOG) HOUSE – ROBINSON RESCUE
We were happy to provide this custom doghouse in support of local animal shelter Robinson’s Rescue for this years Best In Sheaux event. The annual dog show and fundraising auction/raffle is held to help support the low-cost spay/neuter clinic and their work in our region. KBA designed and built the custom doghouse to mimic the work of historic local architects Samuel and and William Wiener, making it a Wiener (Dog) House! See pictures in the gallery below, and read more about Robinson’s Rescue here! See the portfolio page for this project here.