27 Jun. 1989|
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Artisan applies the meticulous skill of his Swiss training to the facelifts of New Orleans' rich historic housing stock. Gautschi, 43, did continue to travel for several months, but after a three-month return to Switzerland, he emigrated to New Orleans -- "and I never left," he said.
In the intervening years, Gautschi has immersed himself in his trade, applying the meticulous skill of his Swiss training to the facelifts of New Orleans' rich historic housing stock.
Upon emigrating to America, Gautschi worked with master carpenter and millworker Ron Tipton, who showed him the spectrum of New Orleans architecture. In the middle of the shop, Gautschi recently worked on a contemporary-looking bench, which he was planning to display at the New Orleans Home + Interior Design Show. And, because it's New Orleans, the party often grows, as friends stop by with beers and hang out.
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