Vue Orleans, an interactive cultural exhibit, is now open to the public. The exhibit and observatory is located on the rooftop of the Four Seasons New Orleans. They’re open daily from 9am-5pm, and for $30 you get a behind-the-scenes celebration of New Orleans’ unique culture. The exhibit brings hundreds of stories of local historians, artists, musicians, Mardi Gras Indians, chefs, actors, and filmmakers to life.
Paul Flower, co-developer of Vue Orleans, intends to curate a state-of-the-art cultural experience and share the real story of New Orleans. Visitors can choose to eat at Story Cafe; listen to jazz, blues, and classical music selections at a listening station; or they can take a virtual riverboat experience. Visitors can also watch a short film featuring Dr. Henry Louis Gates, or use the virtual “vue finder” to see the landscape of New Orleans.
Engineering Services Provided by Moses Engineers
Moses Engineers provided the Four Seasons Hotel with their mechanical and electrical engineering designs back when it was first designed. The mechanical engineering features include HVAC with bi-polar ionization, heat refrigerant recovery, and MERV 13 Filters. We also provided designs for hot & cold domestic water systems, domestic water distribution, and sanitary waste. The electrical engineering features provided by Moses Engineers include power throughout the residences, lighting design, fire alarm, and also lighting control system integration. These designs make it possible for the Four Seasons to run both smoothly and efficiently.
Four Seasons New Orleans is ready to show off its new rooftop Vue. Vue Orleans offers a behind-the-scenes celebration of New Orleans’ unique culture, bringing the stories of hundreds of local historians, artists, musicians, Mardi Gras Indians, chefs, actors and filmmakers.Vue Orleans, $30M cultural exhibit & observatory, opens atop Four Seasons | New Orleans CityBusiness