Press

This charming Midcity Renovation and Camelback Addition that we designed was featured in the October issue of Preservation in Print Magazine. This former childhood home of Cajun musician Bruce Daigrepont was in a collection of New Orleans Homes that were slated for demolition, but thankfully saved and renovated. Despite substantial termite damage and substandard piers, we were able to not only showcase the historic façade to it’s former glory, but also retained the character of the property in line with similar style houses of this neighborhood.

October 15, 2020

Adamick Architecture featured in Preservation in Print Magazine!

This charming Midcity Renovation and Camelback Addition that we designed was featured in the October issue of Preservation in Print Magazine. This former childhood home of […]
October 1, 2020
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Adamick Architecture Receives the Louisiana AIA Award of Merit for Design

Adamick Architecture was the proud recipient of the Louisiana AIA’s Award of Merit for our Marigny Single-Family Renovation and Addition! The AIA Award of Merit is […]
January 27, 2020
A historic image of the service station at Freret and Valence streets forms the logo for Vals, a new restaurant and bar taking shape here.

Val’s on Freret

We are excited for the upcoming Freret Street restaurant project that we’ve designed for the owners of Cure. Read more about it below! https://www.nola.com/entertainment_life/eat-drink/article_57f16dec-3d6a-11ea-9f26-97e05036be2f.html
September 26, 2019
Humpty Dumpty courtesy of Nola Curbed

Adamick Architecture & Storyland

Storyland at City Park reopens this weekend after a makeover.  Take a look at the Humpty Dumpty exhibit that we designed at minute 1:28 of this […]