Rhonda Gaskin, interior designer and co-founder of New Orleans architectural firm RhondaGaskin Associates, is calling for a new architectural language to guide modern-Day weddings in the city’s new capital.
Gaskins, a resident of New York, is known for her innovative design and approach to interior design.
She is a founding member of the nonprofit New Orleans Architecture Foundation, which promotes and supports the growth of architecture in New Orleans.
She has been described as a “designer of historic buildings, and urban living.”
Gaskis new book, titled, “NOLA: A Modern-Day Wedding Chapel,” is being published by The Next Magazine, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.
It is titled a “visual, narrative, and typographical guide for interior designers, architects, and architects-in-residence” and is titled, In a New Orleans: The Complete Guide to the City, the book explores the architectural history of the city, and its residents.
Goulding is the author of several books, including The New Orleans Story, which won the 2011 American Book Award for “the most creative use of New Orleanian history and culture.”
She is also the author, with her husband, of “The Old West: A Story of American Freedom.”
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that the book will also include a photo essay of some of the historic homes of the new city.