The Adamick Residence, an eye-catching and tasteful new construction, is the new home of our principal architect. Alec Adamick wanted to build a new home for his growing family that had adequate space using a palette of rich colors and finishes. Last October, he found an empty lot in the historic Irish Channel and built a 2400 square foot, three-story house with an additional 375 square feet of covered and screened-in porches. The Adamick residence was designed by Alec himself and built by Pentek Homes. This new residential construction takes the form of a traditional camelback, and its details are inspired by the Eastlake and Queen Anne styles with a spacious floor plan and double parlor. The Eastlake style is apparent at the beautiful front porch of the home with turned colonettes and an openwork frieze overhang, while the Queen Anne style shows though the use of fish-scale shingles and tripartite window at the top floor of the home. When you initially enter the double parlor, you are greeted by beautiful, locally-made chandeliers and medallions that complement the royal purple walls in both the great room and dining area. After you pass through these spaces, you enter an open kitchen and living space. The kitchen appliances, as well as the custom cabinetry and millwork, are primarily black and stainless steel with granite countertops. The screened-in porch at the back of the house allows the family to enjoy the lush garden while keeping the bugs away. The living quarters of the second floor have many large windows that allow natural light to grace the hardwood flooring in the rooms. The master bedroom and bathroom overlook the large backyard. The focal points of both master and kid’s bathrooms are reclaimed antique consoles that now serve as the bathroom sink cabinetry. The master bath also features a chrome clawfoot tub and walk-in shower. The third floor has a small office where one can look through the tripartite window back at the city’s skyline and a carpeted “rumpus” room that will host their guests and serve as a playroom for their son Gabriel. This single-family residence was fully approved by the Historic District Landmarks Commission for construction in a historic district.
This luxury new construction Gothic Revival style home is located in the historic Irish Channel. The 3,000 square foot house, designed by Adamick Architecture exclusively for Bakery Village, features a historically inspired design. This design combines contemporary conveniences and sophistication with old New Orleans charm, such as its front double gallery with gothic columns and arches. Design features of the first floor include full-height double-hung windows, a dining room, a contemporary open-style kitchen, large great room, and powder room make it ideal for entertaining. The second floor has a spacious master suite with walk-in closet and is located on the upper gallery along with the master bathroom. The second floor also includes two additional bedrooms, second full bathroom, and a laundry room. The rear entrance carport has a privacy garage door and fence, but opens to the back yard to offer even more entertaining space. The back and front porches boast beautiful river and city skyline views.
Adamick Architecture designed the Greek Revival style luxury single-family home exclusively for Bakery Village the Irish Channel. With historically inspired features and proportions, this 2,800 square foot home features high ceilings, tall windows, columned porches and balconies, and a gracious floorplan balancing tradition and modern comfort. The first floor features a formal living room, and an open-plan kitchen, dining, and family room off the rear porch. The second floor has a spacious master bedroom with walk-in closet, upper gallery, and master bath, as well as two additional bedrooms. Amenities include butler's pantry, walk in closet, laundry room, and a rear yard carport. This home design by Adamick Architecture has been approved by the Historic District Landmarks Commission for construction in the Irish Channel Historic District.
Adamick Architecture designed this two-story single-family residence to fit right in its traditional uptown neighborhood. Constructed by Pentek Homes on a corner lot with mature tree canopies, this 1,760 square foot home has a historically-inspired facade featuring double-hung windows, hip roofs, capboard, and columned front and back porches. The first floor has an open-plan with living, dining, and kitchen areas that open out to both porches. Three bedrooms, two full baths, and a laundry room occupy the second floor. The master bedroom and bath feature his and her closets, dual vanities, large shower, and soaking tub. These modern amenities along with its traditional styling highlight the attention to detail that Adamick Architecture gives to new residential design. (Photographs courtesy of Pentek Homes.)
This project is a new construction single family residence finished in 2014. The exterior is craftsman inspired to match the surrounding Mid City neighborhood. The building features a large open living space that overlooks the backyard. This is a three bedroom, three bathroom house, with a master bedroom and second bedroom on the second floor and a guest bedroom and bathroom in the front of the house on the first floor. We used beautiful reclaimed pine flooring throughout and all doors are made of solid pine. All millwork and casework, including the doors and flooring were milled in New Orleans. The master suite features a private balcony, dual closets and gorgeous en suite bathroom with a large walk-in shower. There is gated off street parking for one car and a huge backyard. The finished are really beautiful throughout the house and immaculate attention was spent on every detail. The photos show, in order, the exterior of the house, the large living area and kitchen, the guest bedroom and bath on the first floor, and the master suite at the front of the second floor of the house and the second bedroom and bathroom at the rear of the second floor of the house.
This newly constructed 1,770 square foot single family residence takes after a beloved historic style of New Orleans home, the Creole cottage. Tucked under its traditionally steep roof, this new home combines spaciousness and charm with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths along with living room, den, and playroom. Gracious traditional detailing such as a wide columned front porch meet contemporary finishes and touches in an interior outfitted for present-day living. Built for Bertel Construction, this new home includes amenities such as a laundry room, master walk-in closet, and central air conditioning. This single family residence was approved by the Historic District Landmarks Commission for construction in a historic district.
This is a new construction of a single family residence in Central City on a corner lot. The building is designed as a centerhall syle, but modified with a modern program. The front of the building has a formal living room and study. On one side of the building is two bedrooms that share a jack and jill bath and on the other side of the building is the master suite. The centerhall opens into a large open dining living area with a poweder room and pantry. The back of the house has a covered porch that allows access to the kitchen area from a gated off street parking space.
This project is a new 1,500 square foot single family home finished in 2015. Emulating the exterior form of a traditional camelback, the interior balances a spacious, open plan for living and dining with privacy for three bedrooms and modern amenities. Behind the living, dining, kitchen and front porch for entertaining on the first floor is a private, spacious master suite complete with walk-in closet and well-equipped master bath. The camelback upper floor contains two additional bedrooms and a bath. This single family residence was approved by the Historic District Landmarks Commission for construction in a historic district.
This cottage located in central city is typical of many new constructions where parking is required on interior lots. In this design, we have placed the master suite at the front of the house, giving it access to the front porch. The house is actually entered at the end of the driveway. This entrance turns left on one of two bedrooms that share a jack and jill bath, and continues into a large open living/kitchen space. A covered porch off of this open living concept opens into a large backyard.
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: