Located in the city center of Ankara, Louise is a reinterpretation of New Orleans architecture.
Named after Louisiana, The State which is a real melting pot of French, Spanish, African and American cultures.
This five story structure is a boutique complex combines four lofts, a fine restaurant, patisserie and a hidden bar located downstairs.
Exterior facade cast iron columns would be a great example of French Colonial Architecture as well as decorated iron railings contouring balconies.
Brick and stucco finishes mimicking French Quarter buildings, whereas courageous colors takes you to Caribbean Cottages.
Green leaves are hanging from the balconies of upper floors adding spice to exterior. Vegetation outdoor travels through the interior. Fruity plants, miniature indoor gardens and an oil painting depicting New Orleans lands bringing out Caribbean warmth.