Al Jones Heritage

40 years of design, a master mentor in A. Hays Town, countless homes across the country and sons following in his footsteps…a history of Al Jones Architect.

Our Design Philosophy

You can feel it in the antique brick, smell it in the centuries old European fireplace and hear it in the crackle of old New Orleans reclaimed wood.

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Recent Articles From Our Blog "The Southern Architect"

The Bank: Uniquely New Orleans

Posted by on Jun 26, 2013 in Company, Doors | 0 comments

The Bank: Uniquely New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS – The crescent city is unique. It’s the music, the food, the architecture, the people, Mardi Gras, poboys, and so on and so forth. If you didn’t know it before, the abundance of travel shows, movies, novels, magazine articles, documentaries and television series about New Orleans have surely made you aware of it by now. It’s almost exhausting trying to keep up with all the reasons New Orleans is special.

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History & Passion: Bevolo Lights & Al Jones Architecture

Posted by on May 16, 2013 in Company, Lighting | 0 comments

History & Passion: Bevolo Lights & Al Jones Architecture

 
NEW ORLEANS – Five stories high, standing atop a loft in a centuries old French Quarter structure, there are noticeable gaps in the floorboards and light is pouring through from below. The wood floors are too old to even creek, instead they just moan. Getting here required a disconcerting hike up a series of old stairwells under an umbrella of joists and beams charred from fires long ago. And yet, for some reason, Bevolo’s CEO Drew Bevolo is grinning from ear to ear.

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Details: Working Shutters

Posted by on Mar 7, 2013 in Details | 0 comments

Details: Working Shutters

Working hinges on shutters are an important detail often overlooked. The hinge allows the shutters to close protecting the window. The non-custom route is to nail or screw the shutter to the window or wall, making the shutters inoperable.

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