David Wargo Gallery

Home After Katrina

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In 2005, many homes and communities along America's Gulf Coast were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and the floods that followed. Architects responded to the crisis by designing low-cost emergency shelters. Homes as shown in David's Pen & Ink, was a highly popular solution because its simple, traditional design suggested the architecture of a cozy turn-of-the-century house.