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Byron Mouton
Professor of Practice, New Day Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Director of URBANbuild, Tulane School of Architecture


Biography

Byron Mouton is an award-winning architect who has built his New Orleans practice in conjunction with his academic role at the Tulane School of Architecture. He has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of architecture and construction and has been featured in dozens of local, national and international publications. In addition, he has been an invited studio critic and speaker at universities around the world.
 
 
Contact Information
(504) 865-5389
 
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Areas of Expertise: Architecture, Construction, Post-Katrina Rebuilding, Design/Build Concept, Social Entrepreneurship

 
 
 
Byron Mouton discusses URBANbuild, New Orleans architecture and social entrepreneurship at Tulane.
 
 
 
Tulane news about this faculty expert

In leading the URBANbuild program, Byron Mouton bridges the gap between the field’s theoretical and practical aspects.


A hub for the arts, the new YAYA Arts Center, designed by the firm of Tulane architect Byron Mouton, opens in New Orleans’ Central City neighborhood.


Led by director Byron Mouton, a team of architecture students heads to Central City each week to build the house that they designed in the fall semester.


Tulane faculty members talk in this video about the culture of the Tulane academic experience post-Katrina, touching on areas of disaster recovery, architecture, health care, music, public education and more.

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