NEW FACILITY FOR
THE DEUTSCHES HAUS, NEW ORLEANS, LA

NEW CONSTRUCTION

PROJECT INFORMATION

COMPLETED: 2018

PROGRAM: 19,740 SF

BUDGET: $4.6 MILLION

CLIENT: DEUTSCHES HAUS

MBA TEAM: EDWARD C. MATHES, ARCHITECT, AIA, ANGELA MORTON, ARCHITECT, AIA, KEITH SCARMUZZA, ASLA

Deutsches Haus features patterned brick exterior and roof top inspired by German architecture. The most appealing aspect of the structure is the soaring 32-foot, peaked ceiling of the great hall. The sharply angled interior is cross-braced with raw timbers and hung with four huge chandeliers. The tall, triangular front and back walls are perforated with a grid of small square windows that are shielded from the sun by the stepped roof overhang.
The facility is comprised of a large meeting hall with a supporting bar and kitchen, a member only bar, classrooms, and a future outdoor beer garden. The Members only bar top is constructed from the former 2-lane bowling alley at their former location.