Altruistic Design
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Guardians Institute


This Guardians Institute is a public interest collaborative design-build project completed with the Tulane Small Center for Collaborative Design. Jeremy was a part of a team of Tulane Architecture students worked collaboratively with the family of Big Mardi Gras Indian Chief, Donald Harrison, Sr. on the design and construction.

The Guardians Institute is an intimate, short-term performance, education, and museum space used by the Institute and the Guardians of the Flame Mardi Gras Indian Tribe. The museum houses artwork, music collections and many other artifacts from the Harrisons family, as well as other artists.