The Louisiana SPCA is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the elimination of animal suffering. Through aggressive adoption programs, high volume/affordable spay/neuter, and humane education they offer the best possible scenario to re-home Louisiana’s adoptable animals and combat pet overpopulation. In 2015, LA/SPCA completed Phase II of its Dorothy Dorsett Brown Animal Rescue and Care Center. The addition includes a 40,000-square-foot expansion of the interior and exterior space to the already existing 22,000-square-foot facility. The expansion will fully replace the Japonica Street location that was destroyed during Hurricane Katrina, and address the LA/SPCA’s growth since 2005, not only restoring the facilities and capacity that were lost, but also adding a permanent veterinary clinic, education spaces, administrative offices and a new adoption wing. AOS worked closely with Eskew+Dumez+Ripple and Mark Reynolds of Mark Design to supply furnishings that would accommodate the unique needs of the essential programs that the LA/SPCA provides to our community. The result is a lively and welcoming adoption wing with a series of private rooms for interacting with adoptable cats and dogs, much-needed support space for offices and storage for supplies used for hurricane evacuations and disaster response.
New Orleans, LA
39,500 SQ FT
Knoll Dividends, Knoll Reff, Knoll ReGeneration Chairs, Heller, Kartell, Loll, Avteq