Adamick Architecture is proud to have designed several custom single family residences for the Bakery Village subdivision in the Irish Channel Historic District. Once constructed, these custom luxury townhouses for this walkable neighborhood at the site of the former Turbull Bakery provide the feel of historic New Orleans houses with contemporary amenities and new construction. The Corinthian, the Sidehall, the Camelback, the Double Gallery, and the Gothic Revival model homes have been designed by Adamick Architecture exclusively for Bakery Village. With historically inspired features and proportions, each luxury model home provides high ceilings, tall windows, columned porches and balconies, and gracious floorplans with three bedrooms. These designs for single family residences have been approved by the Historic District Landmarks Commission for construction in the Irish Channel Historic District.
Adamick Architecture has created the master plan for Jourdan Valley, innovative cohousing development in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans. Developed by Jourdan Valley Community and to be build by Pentek Construction, this unique development incorporates both private residences and common facilities shared by the residents of the community. Adamick Architecture is pleased to contribute the master planning and residential designs for Jourdan Valley, as part of efforts to rebuild the Lower Ninth Ward. Jourdan Valley has been published in recent articles by The Advocate and Curbed New Orleans: