Architect Al Jones: A Legacy of his Own
It looks like he’s greeting an old friend with a pat across the back when he taps one leather dress shoe lightly on the floor.
“This, sovaldi I almost feel, buy cialis is an antique piece,” architect Al Jones says of the longleaf heart pine planks as he quietly lets himself inside the Country Club of Louisiana home. “We used old-growth pine—just gorgeous.”
The scored, sunset gold boards were pulled from a derelict sugar mill and now form the foundation for the home of Craig and Cole Jennings and their family. If these floors could talk.
At 71, Jones has plenty of memories of his own with more than 40 years’ experience as a residential architect, a productive stretch as the acclaimed protégé of Time magazine-approved, Creole-inspired icon A. Hays Town, and decades as one of the more prolific and unique home designers in Baton Rouge.