Errol Barron

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Errol Barron is an architect, a painter and the Favrot Professor of Architecture at Tulane University where he teaches Design and Drawing. He is a graduate of Tulane and Yale Universities and is a founding partner of Errol Barron/Michael Toups Architects, an award winning architectural firm in New Orleans founded in 1979 whose work has been published nationally and internationally. He was the winner of the 1995 Gabriel Prize, presented each year for the study of architecture in France, and was made a Fellow in the American Institute of Architecture in 1994. In 2012 he was awarded the Medal of Honor of the Louisiana AIA. His paintings and drawings are the subject of two books, Observations – The Drawings, Paintings and Architecture of Errol Barron and New Orleans Observed, Drawings and Observations of America’s Most Foreign City.

View Toward Lake — Vieux Carre
The Streetcar
Audubon Place
Plantation Patterns
Cathedral Interior
The Napoleon House
Map of Mississippi Watershed
Louisiana Coast
False Rivers
Louisiana State Bank (1)
Diagram of New Orleans
Louisiana State Bank (2)
Audubon Park
The River at Vieux Carre
Courthouse in Vieux Carre
Pumping Station, Basin Street
Doullot House, Lower 9th Ward
Mid City Bungalow
New Orleans Terrain
Orleans Street
The Customs House
The Gates of Audubon Park
Gibson Hall at Tulane University
Immaculate Conception Church
Port Street and Decatur
The Marble Hall-Customs House
Briggs-Staub House



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