This new book of drawings, essays and observations of Tulane and Newcomb colleges follows the sketchbook model of architect Errol Barron's two popular books, New Orleans Observed and Roma Osservata. Drawings of most of the major buildings and their environment along with notes and essays by Professors Errol Barron and Richard Campanella examine the sources of the architecture and planning of Tulane’s uptown campus.
Errol Barron FAIA is an architect/painter/photographer living in New Orleans. A graduate of Tulane and Yale Universities, he is Richard Koch Professor of Architecture at Tulane University and is the architect for the Ogden Museum, The Salvation Army Center of Hope, The Oliver St. Pe' Center for the Blind at UNO and a number of other innovative projects in this region, California, New York and Greece.
Tulane School of Architecture