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  1. 1. TheMathesGroupOVERVIEW OF THE MATHES GROUPIn 1890, Charles A. Favrot and L.A. Livaudais opened thedoors to what has become the oldest continuous practice ofarchitecture in the city of New Orleans. From magnificenthomes along St. Charles Avenue to more prominent land-marks, such as the addition to the Roosevelt Hotel, the Mu-nicipalAuditorium, and the Hibernia Bank and Trust Building.Favrot and Livaudais, Ltd. contributed prolifically to the archi-tectural fabric of a historic cityscape.Today, known as The Mathes Group, this organi-zation continues in its tradition of service to thecommunity proud of its architectural heritage. TheMathes Group’s contributions to the city’s richbuilding inventory include the 52-story, Place St.Charles; the Communications, Music and TheatreBuilding for Loyola University; the Samuel DuBoisCook Fine Arts Center at Dillard University; NewOrleans Center for the Creative Arts (NOCCA);J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library atLoyola University.The Mathes Group sought to expand on its suc-cess with the Communications, Music and The-atre Building at Loyola University by concen-trating its efforts on developing a market in mu-sic and fine arts facilities. They have completedprojects for Arizona State University, BaylorUniversity and the Moores School of Music atthe University of Houston. In addition, the NewOrleans Center for the Creative Arts (NOCCA)will be completed this spring. New facilities arecurrently being planned for Bucknell Universityas well as for Goshen College.In 1974, The Mathes Group began an interior ar-chitecture studio to better serve its existing clients.Today, it is one of the largest interior design firms inNew Orleans having performed programming,space planning, design, contract documents, furni-ture selection and installation, construction admin-istration, and move-in coordination for many diverseclients.
  2. 2. TheMathesGroupA Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.netThe Mathes Group has extensive experience in working withchurches in new design and renovation work. This experienceincludes an on-going relationship with St. Charles Avenue Pres-byterian Church, a new church for Grace Lutheran Church, con-sultations for St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church, Master Plan-ning for St. Luke the Evangelist Church in Slidell and a new Spiri-tuality (Counseling) Center and Columbarium for Christ ChurchCathedral. We are just beginning a Master Plan at the site ofLutheran High School to construct a Sanctuary, Fellowship Hall,Administrative Areas and Gymnasium for First Lutheran Church.Our approach to each project is developing a pro-gram; derived by interviewing all parties. These in-clude the functional and spatial needs, the financialrequirements, the schedule and aesthetic/image con-cerns. Our firm prides itself in listening to the clientand producing facilities that satisfy functional needsas well as total project requirements.
  3. 3. TheMathesGroupLAFITTEELEMENTARYSCHOOL LAFITTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLJEFFERSON PARISH SCHOOL DISTRICTLAFITTE, LOUISIANAProject Owner: Jefferson Parish SchoolsProject Cost: $1,000,000Project Area: 148,000 square feetCompletion Date: August 1986Architect: The Mathes GroupPrincipal-in-Charge: Edward C. Mathes, AIAGeneral Contractor: Thunderbird Construction Co.References: Mr. Elton LegasseSuperintendentJefferson Parish Schools501 Manhattan BoulevardHarvey, Louisiana 70058504.349.7802At the university level, our experience is exten-sive and a complement to our work at the el-ementary and secondary levels. Our office de-veloped a master plan for the Baptist Theologi-cal Seminary campus many years ago and, sincethat time, have performed complete architecturalservices for the Seminary. In the early 1960s,we completed, as part of a Joint Venture, theStudent Union at Louisiana State University inBaton Rouge.For Loyola University, we completed the Com-munications/Music/Theatre Complex, a$13,000,000 multiuse facility. Loyolas satisfac-tion with this project has merited us the contractaward to design a New Music School at the Uni-versity of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, andthe Music School Expansion of Arizona StateUniversity in Tempe, Arizona.A Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.net
  4. 4. TheMathesGroupNEWSCIENCEWINGNEW SCIENCE WINGTHE ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEARTNEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANAProject Owner: Academy of the SacredHeartProject Cost: $3,000,000Project Area: 26,000 square feetCompletion Date: August 1998Architect: The Mathes GroupPrincipal-in-Charge: Creed W. BrierreProject Architect: Eduardo MoyaGeneral Contractor: Boh Bros. Construction Co.730 South Tonti StreetNew Orleans, LA 70056504.821.2400References: Sister Lynne LieuxPrincipal of the HighSchoolAcademy of the SacredHeart4521 St. Charles AvenueNew Orleans, LA 70115504.891.1943Located in uptown New Orleans, the new Sci-ence Wing was the centerpiece of the First phaseof a $6 million capital campaign, which includedthe renovation of the Middle School and LibraryResource Center in the turn-of-century colonialrevival building of the original campus and smallscience labs in the Lower School across thestreet.While addressing both budget and historical con-text, the Architects were able to deliver a newbuilding that blended with the old and positionedthe school and its young women for competitionin college and the marketplace of the next cen-tury.A Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.net
  5. 5. TheMathesGroupBAPTISTTHEOLOGICALSEMINARY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARYSOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTIONNEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANAProject Owner: Southern Baptist Con-ventionCompletion: 1965Architects: The Mathes GroupA. Hays TownPrincipal in Charge: William E. BergmanProject Architect: Morris Henry HobbsThe Mathes Group, in association with A. HaysTown, designed all of the buildings on the cam-pus of the Baptist Theological Seminary, includ-ing the Chapel, the Library, the Music School,the Cafeteria, the Administration Building, Edu-cation Buildings, Student Apartments, FacultyResidences, the Gymnasium, Men’s andWomen’s Dormitories, and the Willingham ManorApartments. We have maintained our relation-ship with the Seminary over the years, and wehave designed renovations of several buildings,including the dormitories, ravaged by time andtermites, and to accommodate new requirementsfor handicapped accessibility.A Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.net
  6. 6. TheMathesGroupNEWGOSHENSCHOOLOFMUSICNEW SCHOOL OF MUSICGOSHEN COLLEGEGOSHEN, INDIANAProject Owner: Goshen CollegeProject Cost: $9,000,000Project Area: 74,000 square feetCompletion: September 2001Architects: The Mathes GroupSchmidt & AssociatesPrincipal in Charge: Edward C. Mathes, AIAProject Architect: Peter F. Priola, AIAAnn Schmuelling, AIAThe Goshen Music School is a 74,000 squarefoot facility which incorporates a 900 seat Con-cert Hall, a 200 seat organ/recital hall, an Art Gal-lery, and Faculty Studios into a building whichwill serve as teaching facilities for the Music De-partment of Goshen College.The Concert Hall will accommodate primarily in-strumental and choral performances and featuresa wraparound balcony at the rear and sides ofthe stage. This balcony also serves as a choralloft adjacent to the stage area.The Organ/Recital Hall is intended to be a multi-functional space with movable seating which canbe rearranged to view recitals held upon a raisedplatform at one end and organ/choral perfor-mances from a raised position to enhance thequality of the sound from the organ at the oppo-site end of the room. This space also features araised side viewing balcony.Connecting all of the primary spaces is a curvi-linear lobby space surrounding an outdoor court-yard. This central circular element is an impor-tant and symbolic religious form for the Menno-nite faith, members of whom founded and oper-ate Goshen College.A Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.net
  7. 7. TheMathesGroupOVERVIEW OF THE MATHES GROUPIn 1890, Charles A. Favrot and L.A. Livaudais opened thedoors to what has become the oldest continuous practice ofarchitecture in the city of New Orleans. From magnificenthomes along St. Charles Avenue to more prominent land-marks, such as the addition to the Roosevelt Hotel, the Mu-nicipalAuditorium, and the Hibernia Bank and Trust Building.Favrot and Livaudais, Ltd. contributed prolifically to the archi-tectural fabric of a historic cityscape.Today, known as The Mathes Group, this organi-zation continues in its tradition of service to thecommunity proud of its architectural heritage. TheMathes Group’s contributions to the city’s richbuilding inventory include the 52-story, Place St.Charles; the Communications, Music and TheatreBuilding for Loyola University; the Samuel DuBoisCook Fine Arts Center at Dillard University; NewOrleans Center for the Creative Arts (NOCCA);J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library at LoyolaUniversity.The Mathes Group sought to expand on its suc-cess with the Communications, Music and The-atre Building at Loyola University by concen-trating its efforts on developing a market in mu-sic and fine arts facilities. They have completedprojects for Arizona State University, BaylorUniversity and the Moores School of Music atthe University of Houston. In addition, the NewOrleans Center for the Creative Arts (NOCCA)will be completed this spring. New facilities arecurrently being planned for Bucknell Universityas well as for Goshen College.In 1974, The Mathes Group began an interior ar-chitecture studio to better serve its existing clients.Today, it is one of the largest interior design firms inNew Orleans having performed programming, spaceplanning, design, contract documents, furniture se-lection and installation, construction administration,and move-in coordination for many diverse clients.
  8. 8. TheMathesGroupA Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.netThe Mathes Group has extensive experience in working withchurches in new design and renovation work. This experience in-cludes an on-going relationship with St. Charles Avenue Presby-terian Church, a new church for Grace Lutheran Church, consul-tations for St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church, Master Planningfor St. Luke the Evangelist Church in Slidell and a new Spirituality(Counseling) Center and Columbarium for Christ Church Cathe-dral. We are just beginning a Master Plan at the site of LutheranHigh School to construct a Sanctuary, Fellowship Hall, Administra-tive Areas and Gymnasium for First Lutheran Church.Our approach to each project is developing a pro-gram; derived by interviewing all parties. These in-clude the functional and spatial needs, the financialrequirements, the schedule and aesthetic/image con-cerns. Our firm prides itself in listening to the clientand producing facilities that satisfy functional needsas well as total project requirements.
  9. 9. TheMathesGroupPARKWAYPRESBYTERIANCHURCHA Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.netPARKWAY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHST. CHARLES AVENUEMETAIRIE, LOUISIANAProject Owner: Parkway Presbyterian ChurchProject Cost: $450,000Project Area: 9000 square feetCompletion: 1982Architects: The Mathes GroupPrincipal in Charge: Edward C. Mathes, AIAProject Architect: Creed Brierre, AIAIn September 1982, a new Sanctuary was completedfor Parkway Presbterian Church. In 1980, The Math-es Group conducted a Master Plan Study not only todetermine the location and size of the new Sanctu-ary but to provide long range goals for future build-ing and fundraising projects. These goals were de-veloped in phases to enable the cost of the final build-ing to be spaced over a period of years.
  10. 10. TheMathesGroupST.CHARLESAVENUEPRESBYTERIANCHURCHA Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.netEDUCATION BUILDINGST. CHARLES AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHNEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANAProject Owner: St. Charles AvenuePresbyterian ChurchCompletion: Phase 1 - 1960Phase 2 - 1987Architects: The Mathes GroupPrincipal in Charge: Edward C. Mathes, AIAProject Architect: Morris Henry HobbsThe Mathes Group is the Architect for St. CharlesAvenue Presbyterian Church in New Orleans,and we have designed their education buildingand its later renovations. We have renovated alarge nearby home, known as the Land Buildingafter a beloved previous minister, into an educa-tion and meeting center.We designed the Chapel in the education build-ing in the late 1950s to create a chapel with 60seats.In the late 1970s, we renovated the Chapel toinclude the custom-designed stained glass win-dows and an organ to enhance the small chapelfor small weddings and services.The Mathes Group has worked with the churchin accomplishing additional renovations, mainte-nance items, such as waterproofing, and assistedin renovations necessary to install a new organin the rear balcony of the church.
  11. 11. TheMathesGroupA Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.netCAFEDUMONDE,CLEARVIEWCAFE DU MONDE, CLEARVIEWCAFE DU MONDEMETAIRIE, LOUISIANAProject Owner: Cafe du MondeProject Cost: $500,000Project Area: 3,800 square feetCompletion: 2000Architects: The Mathes GroupPrincipal in Charge: Creed W. Brierre, AIAProject Architect: Robert Bennet, AIAContact: Mr. J.H. Roman, IVCafé Du MondeH.N. Fernandez813 Decatur StreetNew Orleans, LA 70116504.581.2914Café du Monde, whose main restaurant is stillat its original location on Decatur Street in theVieux Carré, has stores in several shoppingcenters in the New Orleans area. To have asecond independent outlet, they purchased anexisting two-story bank branch on VeteransHighway in Jefferson Parish to convert it to acoffee house. An existing two-story gabled frontporch will be removed and the roof restructuredinto a Louisiana hipped roof. Two thirds of thesecond floor will be removed to spatially enhancethe first floor seating, reminiscent of the FrenchQuarter location. The remaining Second Floorarea will become a mechanical mezzanine.Large arched openings with fan lights and frenchdoors will be added to recall the original 1850’sFrench Market building. On the two street sides,a metal roofed awning will provide covered out-door seating. The interior finishes will also re-call those of the original stand but with contem-porary elements, such as exposed structuralbeams and the steel tie rod and turn bucklecross-bracing.
  12. 12. TheMathesGroupA Professional Architectural Corporation in Continuous Practice Since 1890201 St. CharlesAvenue, Suite 4100, New Orleans, Louisiana 70170-4100 504.586.9303 FAX 504.582.1305 email mathes@bellsouth.netNEWAUDUBONZOOENTRYNEW AUDUBON ZOO ENTRYTHE AUDUBON INSTITUTENEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANAProject Owner: The Audubon InstituteProject Cost: $6,500,000Project Area: 10,000 square feetCompletion: November 2000Architects: The Mathes GroupPrincipal in Charge: Creed W. Brierre, AIAProject Architect: Eduardo Moya, AIAContact: Mr. Ronald Forman504.861.5112The new entry development of the Audubon Zoo isdesigned to expand the identity of this world classfacility. It consists of increased ticketing and queu-ing into a large orientation plaza. Once inside, tourand school groups may marshal as they proceed toall of the exhibits offered. Visitors to the plaza willenjoy indigenous Louisiana treats and American fa-vorites at the food concession or purchase perma-nent reminders of their visit in a themed giftshop. Onthe opposite side of the plaza and watching over allof the public activity will be Sales Administration andSecurity Offices. The outdoor spaces are organizedby a grid of live oak trees, which add to the Zoo’sinventory of these magnificent native trees. Total costof the project was $6,500,000.00, and it will be com-plete in November, 2000

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