Check out the Downtown Development District's article about Capital Park Master Plan:
"In 1990, Act NO. 761 led to the creation of the Capitol Park Master Plan by State Facility Planning and Control, Division of Administration. With public input, this plan was designed by Post Architects to consolidate state agencies into a park-like capitol campus that connected to the core of Downtown Baton Rouge."
Post Architects teamed up with Lionel Bailey's Office to participate in the 2017 CANstruction event at the Louisiana Art & Science Museum and Shaw Center. The theme is "Rock CAN Roll"! All funds (and cans) are donated to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank to fight hunger in the Capital Region.
Our build this year was Prince's profile created by the tape "pulled" from a cassette. (Shout out to former employee, Doug Pourciau, for this idea, design and modeling of the CANstructure.) If you want to get involved, please contact Lisa H. Nice.
Baton Rouge Performing Arts Theater to get $18.1M makeover
Post Architects teamed up with HMS Architects of New Orleans to redesign the theater. “The new design of the theater focuses on improving the patron experiences while maintaining the warm sound qualities that the theater is famous for,” says architect Skipper Post.
"The upgrades to the Riverfront Plaza dovetails with another nearby riverfront project-the installation of shade sail structures at the end of the dock. The $280,000 project, also part of the Riverfront Master Plan, will provide much-needed shade along the iconic dock, frequented by river cruise ships.
Construction on the shade sails, which were designed by Post Architects, will begin this summer and should be completed by August."
Post Architects is excited to complete the LSU Greek House. The photograph below was provided by LSU showing the newest members of the chapter enjoying their new building.
Ron Blitch, president of Blitch Knevel Architects LLC, has been awarded the Medal of Honor by the AIA Louisiana Chapter. Skipper Post, FAIA (pictured left) is presenting the Medal of Honor award to Ron Blitch, FAIA (pictured right).
The Louisiana chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) has received the Presidential Citation from the American Institute of Architects Louisiana affiliate. The award was given at the AIA Louisiana annual Design Conference Luncheon on September 11 in Baton Rouge for its Project Pipeline Workshop Program. Lisa H. Nice, AIA Louisiana President, is second to the left in the photograph presenting the Presidential Citation Award to NOMA representatives.
Post Architects participated in the "CAN WARS" CANstruction event at the Louisiana Art and Science Museum. Our build this year was Obi-Wan "Ben" Kenobi fighting Darth Vader! The endless battle of Good vs. Evil, Jedi vs. Sith, Food vs. Hunger.
The Baton Rouge Bar Foundation presented a 17-foot clock tower designed by Post Architects to the City of Baton Rouge located near the 19th Judicial District Courthouse. The photograph was published in the June/July issue of the Louisiana Bar Journal (Skipper Post is at the far right of the photograph).
The Baton Rouge River Center - Phase II was featured in the Business Report's Real Estate Report 2015 - Rendering to Reality.
Photograph taken at the opening reception for the Old State Capitol's Exhibit, “The Enduring Architecture of A. Hays Town”. Lisa H. Nice from Post Architects is second from the left in the photograph.
Skipper Post was recognized for being the 1995-1996 AIA National President at the AIA National Convention in Atlanta.
At the Louisiana Association of Architects 'Celebrate Architecture' event at the Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge on March 13. Lisa H. Nice from Post Architects is in the far left of the photograph.