just one concept about how new orleans earned its "large easy" nickname issues a local gossip columnist in the 1970s who contrasted town' ation easygoing laid-again way of life with the % of new york' ine big apple. laid again is exactly what new york television r-director chris fisher considered new orleans after he spent time there traveling his daughter. and he favored it. searching for a respite from his irritating new york lifestyles he purchased a unit in an 1820s-era 3-story creole mansion on st.
philip street in the french quarter. the house have been split up within the nineteen fifties and fisher' ation two-tale unit has a unadorned balcony over an inner courtyard & a semiprivate rooftop deck. alte tively the graceful new kitchen & overdoneness of the e did not fit with its ancient so fisher hired katie logan leblanc and jensen en of local logan en interiors carry the magic again. "he wanted something aut ic dreamy a unadorned place of repose where his imagination may recharge.
he did not need the area really feel 'done '" en says. tours , cottage style. color and historical past abound in this 'unrenovated' pied-a unadorned-terre in the m ive simple.