Architectural Services in New Orleans, New York, Dallas and Las Vegas

Manning Architects, based in New Orleans, Louisiana, embodies architectural excellence by drawing upon our creativity, employing proven approaches, and exceeding client expectations. This commitment to excellence enables Manning Architects to arrive at the best possible solution in all our endeavors.

We are architects, interior designers, urban designers and planners that facilitate our clients’ success. Our work brings our clients’ vision to fruition while adding to the vitality of communities. We believe that when all elements of the built environment are designed with a focus on efficiency, sustainability, aesthetic beauty, and a sense of place, the community enjoys a better quality of life.

Community focused—globally conscious.

Architecture

Providing a comprehensive range of architectural services to both public and private sector clients has been the cornerstone of our firm since its inception in 1985.

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Interiors

Unlike many firms, we do not consider interior architecture to be a mere sideline; rather, it is an essential aspect of our practice.

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Planning

As urban designers and planners, we give direction and shape to the fabric of our communities, focusing on an individual site, block, district, transportation network, or even the entire city.

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LATEST FROM BLOG

Lean Construction Institute Congress 2017

October 23rd, 2017

We had an enriching experience at the LCI Congress 2017 and keynote speaker Patrick Lencioni gave a great keynote address. You can watch a few of his videos here to gain some of his insight into various concepts of success.

Paul R. Williams Memorial Visit

August 21st, 2017

During a trip to Los Angeles this past week, Mr. Manning paid a visit to the memorial for Paul R. Williams, who designed the homes for numerous celebrities as well as public and private spaces. In 2017, he will be posthumously honored with the AIA Gold Medal, for his pioneering career, which encouraged others to cross a chasm of historic biases. Read more about the celebrated architect  here.