Lake Oswego, Oregon
The Arts Council of Lake Oswego is moving into a new office space which Tello Interiors is designing.
SNAP relocated all their services to this former convent. As funding allows, SNAP intends to refit the facility to better meet their needs. Exterior/interior signage and color boards will be chosen to guide immediate and future phases.
New York, New York
Koko approached the playground as an urban design project, and chose to address not only the equipment, but also the courtyard as a whole. A parade of life-sized animal silhouettes marches around the walls of the play area, starting with a duck and progressing in height to an elephant.
This project is the re-purposing of a 1960's elementary school that had been converted in to a training center. The goal is to revive the spaces, bring light in to the building and re-organize the flow of the space to be utilized as an Early Childhood Educational Facility.
Mt. Airy, located in Northwest Philadelphia, prides itself on its diversity, history and beautiful housing stock. Mt. Airy USA (MAUSA) has guided the community through a Neighborhood Strategic Plan and invested in commercial projects along Germantown Avenue.
The Cranaleith Spiritual Center (Cranaleith) is a non-profit organization providing services to "those at the center of need and those at the center of influence."Cranaleith, a Gaelic word meaning "sanctuary of trees"was formally established in 1998 and occupies a 10 acre site
!00 acre retreat for artists and scientists working on projects related to environmental issues. Renovation of former air force campus overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Master Planning and new visitors cneter and gallery projects completed.
This small project has transformed an historic water treatment building into a community resource.
Since 2009, Minneapolis film buffs have enjoyed The Trylon microcinema as a special venue that offers classic, foreign, and cult films on the big screen. Located in an old warehouse building, popular shows within the tiny 50-seat theater would often sell out.
Virginia Beach, Virginia
A camp for children with disabilities and families of wounded veterans.