Check out this incredible former library turned yoga studio on Canal St. .
"It was built in 1911 as a public library branch, paid for by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. The words Public Library can still be seen carved into the florid marble ornamentation above the door. It was 40 years after the library opened that a 26-year-old native New Orleans artist named Edward Schoenberger was commissioned by the Works Progress Administration -- a federal program to help artists during the Great Depression -- to paint the back wall of the main reading room." -Nola.com There is a grand mural on the interior of this building that I will have to get a shot of to post in the future.