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title   A Composition: Reconstructing Music in New Orleans
student   John Patrick Winberry
instructor   Jonathan Friedman
date   Spring 2006
school   New York Institute of Technology
     
subject   public building
site   French Quarter
     
description  
The Project is exploring the relationship between the Revival of Music and Architecture, set inside the French Quarter of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. There are four major architectural layers in the French Quarter: Street, Sidewalk, Building and Courtyard. The project exploited the inverse relationship of Street and Courtyard by grounding the project in the Courtyard adjacent to Preservation Hall, allowing it be discovered through the layers of the city.
     
link   school site
     
comments  

2/17/07
Jennifer McCraw
Gilbert, AZ

Way to go John. Shawn and I are very proud of all your hard work. May God bless and propser your carreer. All the very best to you now and always.

Mr and Mrs Shawn McCraw a.k.a jenny and Shawn

P.S. God is rewarding you for your diligence and hard work.



2/16/07
Christine Winberry Ross
Plainview, NY

Very thoughtful and innovative design.



2/15/07
Melissa
NYIT Alum

Oh my goodness...this is an outstandingly interesting project...This project puts the very best of the best of them to shame!!!!!!!!! Congrats John Patrick Winberry on your unbelievable success...and great success to you in the future!



2/15/07
Maestro
New York, NY

Congratulations on a well executed proposal. Hopefully it will become a central moment in the development of your larger views on architecture.



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