The ENR Texas & Louisiana annual awards program highlights 20 young professionals under the age of 40 in each of ENR’s 10 regions. These young professionals are judged by industry and career leadership, involvement in community service, and industry experience and education. Firms from Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas submitted entries, and NANO’s very own Samantha Johnson was one of the chosen honorees! For the full article written by Louise Poirier, click here
Congratulations to all of the 2021 Louisiana Growth Leaders and Finalists that were recognized by the LED Growth Network!
NANO was listed as a 2021 LED Growth finalist. “Being a Louisiana Growth Leader is about much more than just company growth. It is recognition that the company and its leadership are making important contributions that positively impact our economy”. To read the full list of finalists and leaders, click here
Founded in 1895, the Venice Biennale is a prestigious annual exhibit that showcases the work of artists, architects, universities and thought leaders from around the world. NANO is the only New Orleans-based architecture firm to have ever been invited to participate in the Venice Biennale.
Hosted by the European Cultural Centre, a nonprofit organization that promotes thought and cultural exchange among architects, universities, emerging businesses, artists and developers, the theme for the exhibit is TIME SPACE EXISTENCE.
NANO will be investigating the cultural, geographical, and spatial similarities that New Orleans and Venice share; topics such as rising tide, Mardi Gras (and the Mardi Gras Indians), Venice Carnivale, and architecture as cultural identifiers amongst the theoretical idea of time space and existence.
For the full article written by Rich Collins, click here
Tulane University School of Architecture alumni Terri Dreyer and Ian Dreyer have been invited to participate in the 2021 Venice Biennale. Their firm, NANO, is the first Architecture firm in the State of Louisiana to have ever been invited to participate. To read the full article, click here