AOS Interior Environments | LIVING THE SUITE LIFE
This year the New Orleans Saints are scoring before they even get on the field with a stunning renovation of the 400 level suites inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Before the close of the 2015 football season it was announced that the most coveted seats were to undergo a $40 million upgrade. This is the first renovation of this space since Hurricane Katrina and includes 64 new suites that offer the highest level of luxury.
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LIVING THE SUITE LIFE

When the days get shorter and the temperature gets cooler, we say goodbye to the lazy days of summer and hello to football season.  This year the New Orleans Saints are scoring before they even get on the field with a stunning renovation of the 400 level suites inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Before the close of the 2015 football season it was announced that the most coveted seats were to undergo a $40 million upgrade.  This is the first renovation of this space since Hurricane Katrina and includes 64 new suites that offer the highest level of luxury.  The 100 online sa prevodom Each upgraded suite houses anywhere from 25 to 39 seats and alters slightly to keep with the natural curve of the Superdome but each is identical in square footage.  Trahan Architects and Lauren Bombet Interiors were brought on to bring a fresh feel to the fan experience.

As you enter the suites through a frosted-glass door bearing the iconic fleur de lis Saints’ logo you will immediately notice the level of elegance and refinement that have been brought to the space. Clean lines and an open floor plan were used to help modernize the suite and give it a contemporary aesthetic.  To keep the space bright and airy the previous heavy wood furnishings and upholstered furniture were replaced with sleek blonde cabinets with white stone waterfall countertops, high top bars from Janus Et Cie and cream colored stools from Coalesse.  All the latest technology has been incorporated into the space and features large flat screen TV’s so you never miss a minute of game as well as phone charging stations.  The buffet station offers enough space for a sink and has replaced the out-of-date Sterno cans with induction heaters so your catered food can remain hot and delicious throughout the game.

We are always proud to watch our New Orleans Saints, but to be able to do so from this beautiful new space is a true indulgence. Who Dat!

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