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Published: November  26, 2014

Columns Hotel

The Columns Hotel, designed by one of New Orleans’ great architects, Thomas Sully, is the only remaining example of a large group of Italianate houses that he designed in the late 1880s. The surviving interior features are considered among the grandest known in any late-nineteenth century Louisiana residence. One of the most dramatic features is the mahogany stairwell which rises to meet an extraordinary square domed stained glass skylight in a stylized sunburst motif.

The Victorian Lounge was once the main dining room and features a remarkable mantle piece and overmantel, and the original built-in breakfront. This piece is of particular historical interest because it is the only surviving piece of its kind in any residence designed by Thomas Sully.

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Columns Hotel Bar 3811 St Charles Ave New Orleans-Estados Unidos

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Published: November  26, 2014

Columns Hotel

The Columns Hotel, designed by one of New Orleans’ great architects, Thomas Sully, is the only remaining example of a large group of Italianate houses that he designed in the late 1880s. The surviving interior features are considered among the grandest known in any late-nineteenth century Louisiana residence. One of the most dramatic features is the mahogany stairwell which rises to meet an extraordinary square domed stained glass skylight in a stylized sunburst motif.

The Victorian Lounge was once the main dining room and features a remarkable mantle piece and overmantel, and the original built-in breakfront. This piece is of particular historical interest because it is the only surviving piece of its kind in any residence designed by Thomas Sully.