Provider Name: The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art: Louisiana Chapter
Address: 451 East Airport Ave Suite A Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Phone Number: (817) 676-6679
Website: https://www.classicist-nola.org

Course Summary

Traditional Vernacular Architecture in Creole Natchitoches

Co-hosted by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art: Louisiana Chapter, Louisiana Architecture Foundation, and the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, Traditional Vernacular Architecture in Creole Natchitoches is a four-day exploration into the classical-inspired Creole art and architecture of the Natchitoches area of Louisiana.
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Format: Classroom
Hours: 8.00
Price: Varies

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Agency Approval Course Number Expiration
Louisiana Real Estate Commission 203-0001 12/31/2019

Instructors

Edward Jon Cazayoux

Edward (Eddie) Jon Cazayoux, FAIA is an architect whose firm, EnvironMental Design, practices sustainable architecture and historic preservation.


He is a member of the US Green Building Council and American Solar Energy Society. He has received awards for his work from the US Dept of Energy, US Dept. of the Interior, US Green Building Council, AIA Louisiana, and the State of Louisiana-Energy Division. Eddie is a retired Professor of Architecture in the School of Architecture & Design at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he taught for 30 years and was the Director for 13 of those years.


He has been awarded Distinguished Professor by his University and held the Regents Professorship in Architecture. He was elevated to Fellowship in the American Institute of Architects and awarded Professor Emeritus by the University.


He has a Masters of Architecture and a Masters of City Planning from Georgia Tech. He received his undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now known as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette).


He has written three books on sustainable design and historic preservation. He has received many grants for his research and work in sustainable design & construction and historic preservation. He has presented papers on sustainable design and French colonial architecture & settlements throughout the world.

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