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Friday, March 21st, 2008

Bruce Weber’s New Orleans in W Magazine


Posted by Becky | View all posts by Becky
2 Comments » | Published in Affordable Housing, Art and Artists, Charities, Community Serivce, Design Magazines, Design Press, Urban Planning  |  2 Comments


I am almost as obsessed with fashion magazines as I am with home magazines (it used to be the other way around). The delivery of the huge W every month is always exciting and this month it is incredible. I am so glad to see that some people are working hard to make sure the rest of us do not forget that New Orleans is still in dire straits. The April issue of W has an amazing 60-page spread of New Orleans shot by Bruce Weber. Since shotgun houses have been on my mind this week (and I’ll be sharing some more about some other shotgun houses next week), I thought I’d share this image with you today. So many houses like this one were lost in Katrina. Let’s make sure they are not erased.


To learn more about how to help rebuild the 9th Ward, check out The Make It Right Foundation. This is a really cool project that deserves its own blog post, so I’ll tell you a little more about it next week. Explore the site – the pink project (the color is so very Christo) and the tour of the affordable housing is very cool and inspiring.

Also, on a disaster-related note, for those of you in the Atlanta area who would like to help out with the tornado recovery in Cabbagetown this weekend, click here for more information.

photos by Bruce Weber for W magazine

About Becky

Hi, I'm Becky. I live in Atlanta. Besides acting as the "Editorial Director" here on Hatch, you can find me spewing lots of design opinions and tips over at Houzz. Make me happy -- leave a comment!



  1. Jon Sherman says:

    March 27th, 2008 at 9:36 am (#)

    If you want to help support design in New Orleans you should check out Wallpaper hand made in the 9th ward!

  2. Becky says:

    March 27th, 2008 at 10:43 am (#)

    Jon, all of us here over at D.P. LURVVVVE Flavorpaper. I had no idea it was made there. Rock on!


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