CLIFTON JAMES, LLC

CLIFTON JAMES

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Dangerfield Properties- New Orleans, LA {photo 1-4}

Projects for Mr. Dangerfield include two offices located at 1234 and 1240 North Claiborne Avenue and one double residence located at 1235 - 37 North Robertson Street. Dangerfield's residence located at Esplanade Ave, is an 18th Century double residence converted into a single occupancy residence.

Douglas and Collins Law Office - New Orleans, LA {photo 5}

Attorneys Douglas and Collins Law Office at 420 Common Street is a three-story 18th Century structure that was redesigned internally in 1978 while maintaining the existing exterior. The design features an original elevator that utilized a hand held pulley system. The removal of the elevator created an atrium from the second through the third floors. We provided design and construction management services.

French Market - New Orleans, LA

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The French Market project included renovations of a sandwich and cheese bistro that is currently the home of Artist’s Co-Op at 912 North Peters Street. All the design and reconstruction work took place on the interior.

Gallier Hall - New Orleans, LA {photo 7}

Gallier Hall at 545 Saint Charles Avenue. We provided the design and renovation plans for the Hall, including: the reconstruction of the second and third floors, the interior finishes and colors, and the complete redesign of the apartment, and living facilities on the fourth level.

Private Residence - New Orleans, LA {photos 8-11}

One of the original large single family residences developed in Treme. In 1977, we redesigned the structure internally as a multi-family unit maintaining the architectural character on the inside and outside, while providing separate entrances and privacy for four separate residences.

Perkins and James Architects Office - New Orleans, La {photo 12}

Perkins and James Architects Office is located at 1661-1663 North Claiborne Avenue is the result of the interior restructuring of a two-story frame building formerly the home of a female religious order. The exterior was maintained and the interior received a complete makeover in a contemporary architectural style. This was my first architectural office where we worked in the Claiborne Avenue Corridor and Treme, providing planning and design services throughout the community.