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    New Architecture in New Orleans

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    Lee Ledbetter & Associates designed the new offices of J&R Amusement, which occupy part of the second floor of a three-story corporate office building in St. Bernard Parish, just east of New Orleans.
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    Floor plan drawing of the J&R Amusement corporate offices, Chalmette, Louisiana.
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    Inside a bathroom at the J&R Amusement corporate offices.
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    The Storypod project added an interview space, office, and storage space to the headquarters of the Neighborhood Story Project, a nonprofit documentary book-making organization located in the 7th Ward. The small interior remodel was designed by students of the Tulane University School of Architecture as part of the Tulane City Center.
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