Time lapse photographs of construction in Old Metairie.
Musicians’ Village placed third in the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s nationwide survey of “40 of the most important, most interesting, and quirkiest American places 40 years old or less”. Musicians’ Village is featured in the Spring 2019 issue of the National Trust’s Preservation Magazine.
The under construction historic center hall home can be seen on this year’s Gretna Tour of Homes. Read more about the project and home tour at: https://www.nola.com/living/2019/03/before-and-after-sure-to-be-a-big-hit-on-gretna-tour-of-homes.html
In Las Vegas this June, Michael J. Bell, FAIA will present programs addressing design and construction contracts for small firms and custom residential architects. Michael recently completed his tenth year and his chairmanship of AIA’s Documents Committee.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has nominated Musicians’ Village as one of “40 of the most important, most interesting, and quirkiest American places 40 years old or less.” Use this link to vote for Musicians’ Village and this link to learn more about Bell Architecture’s longstanding relationship with the New Orleans Area Habitat for […]
Michael J. Bell, FAIA will speak regarding contracts for custom residential projects at AIA’s Conference on Architecture 2018. This is the sixth AIA National Conference at which Michael has spoken regarding design and construction contracts.
Michael J. Bell, FAIA will speak regarding contracts for custom residential projects at AIA’s Conference on Architecture 2017.
Construction shots and our rendering of our latest project in Old Metairie.