Pollack Glass Studio
4132 Magazine is a two story, approximately 5,000sf, new construction project located on one of the only blocks of the historic commercial boulevard in New Orleans that celebrates contemporary design approaches.
The simple building form, clad primarily in cementitious lap siding and stucco, is articulated on the street face with a projecting wood-clad element on the second floor and a vertical stucco and glass recessed entry tower. Glazing is maximized on the north facing façade along Magazine street, flooding the gallery with natural light during the day and acting as a lantern at night when the building is illuminated from within.
The approximately 2,500sf ground floor is home to Pollack Glass Studio and contains an art gallery, office space, and a teaching studio with nine stations for glass lampworking instruction. Visitors can view works by Andrew Jackson Pollack and visiting glass artists in the gallery, or sign up to take classes and learn about the art of lampworking firsthand in the teaching studio.
The approximately 2,500sf second floor is divided into two flexible contemporary lease spaces and include full baths, laundries, kitchens, private live / work spaces, and projecting balconies that provide generous views of the uptown and downtown skylines.
4132 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA