Name
Location
Designer
Project Description
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"Affordable Infill Housing Design Challenge: Green Construction Strategies for APM"
Baoji, China
EHDD Architecture is honored to have been a part of Rosalyn Koo and the 1990 Institute's project for school reconstruction in Shaanxi Province after the earthquake in 2008.
San Francisco, California
San Francisco's Tenderloin is the City's densest neighborhood, and most of its residents live below the poverty line in small apartments--many of them single-occupancy--without access to back yards or green space. Re-built in 1985, Boeddeker Park was riddled with problems.
San Francisco, California
Non-profit organization Kiva works with microfinance institutions on five continents to provide loans to people without access to traditional banking systems; their mission is to help alleviate global poverty by connecting people through lending.
Decatur, Texas
With aspirations to be the first Living Building project in Texas, this 5,400-square-foot open-air pavilion is an education and meeting center that serves as a demonstration site for the Dixon Water Foundation.
Seattle, Washington
a shed/social center for a community garden and the 125 gardeners. Shed/ tool storage/community activity
Kansas City, Kansas
El Dorado partnered with Heartland Habitat to provide a different kind of prototype that solved problems that weren’t already being addressed by Heartland. The strategy provided a stronger connection to the outdoors in multiple ways rather than just a singular approach.
Dallas, Texas
A unique, stunning art exhibit, created by renowned glassblower Dale Chihuly, is displayed at the Dallas Arboretum.
Los Angeles, California
Trash for Teaching is a nonprofit that collects clean and safe cast-off materials from manufacturing processes (that would otherwise become trash) and repurposes them as educational resources.
San Antonio, Texas
For TEDx San Antonio 2013, Lake|Flato Architects partnered with Green Spaces Alliance, a local environmental organization, to create temporary display and signage elements that could be repurposed after the event.
Saint Paul, Minnesota
The Project Space, which celebrated its two-year anniversary in December 2014, is MMAA's only gallery for exhibitions and events while the museum builds a permanent facility in the Pioneer Endicott building.
Chicago, Illinois
Demoiselle 2 Femme [D2F] has provided after school programs to high school girls for more than ten years. In 2009, D2F announced its plans to build a state of the art facility for girls. The purpose of the H.O.P.E.

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