John P. Klingman
John P. Klingman is an Emeritus Professor of Architecture at Tulane University, where he was a full-time faculty member for thirty-five years. A founding member of DOCOMOMO/NO, he has been active in seeking to preserve outstanding buildings from the mid twentieth century in New Orleans, beginning with Curtis and Davis’s Rivergate in 1994. His 2012 book, New in New Orleans Architecture, highlights eighty outstanding contemporary projects. As an architect, he has been engaged in consulting on projects in the city, including the US Customhouse over twenty-five years with Waggonner and Ball Architects, and on Tulane’s Uptown Campus. He has been a member of the Architectural Review Committee of the New Orleans Historic Districts Landmarks Commission since 1995.