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Students to present design proposals for former Arnaudville hospital on Friday

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Courtesy: Jacqueline Cochran of NUNU Arts and Culture Courtesy: Jacqueline Cochran of NUNU Arts and Culture

Students will present their design proposals for the former St. Luke Community Hospital facility in Arnaudville on Friday, December 1. 

The hospital is the subject of a joint LSU College of Design senior class project. The students will present landscape and interior design proposals, provided at no cost to the parish, between 4 pm and 6 pm at the KC Hall on Main Street in Arnaudville. The public is invited to attend. 

The Twenty-four students met in September for discussions on possible site uses. Ideas discussed included: re-design of the space utilizing furniture and materials on hand for multipurpose use including dormitory space, administrative offices, research archive, sustainable landscaping including a walking path, community/social space.

Architect and LSU Professor of Interior Design T.L. Richie said the mock-exercise of taking an actual vacant building and treating it as a "real client" permits students the experience of actual processes. 

Students and Louisiana French speakers discuss possible uses of the facility / Courtesy: Jacqueline Cochran of NUNU Arts and Culture

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