PHA Signage provides a visible and central location for Gentilly residents to get information about the building work in their community.
Project Home Again is one of the many organizations invested in the rebuilding of affordable housing in New Orleans, providing at least one hundred new sustainable houses for low-income residents. This organization commissioned signage that conveyed a sense of the strong environmental ethic that has driven their development. This free-standing element provides signage, job site storage, and an identifiable marker indicating progress on the construction site. The structure incorporates salvaged building materials, including bead-board siding that was diverted from the local waste stream. This clear relationship to the material traditions of New Orleans, including the visible reuse of components from a house that was damaged by Hurricane Katrina, was an important intention of the project.