Project Description
Alexandria, Virginia
Restoration and renovation for a historic Del Ray Church building, including accessibility improvements. The donated time was for an initial survey of the property and schematic feasibility study. Full design services were later retained for implementation of the plan.
Ottsville, Pennsylvania
The 19th Century Stone Barn is located in Ottsville, PA. The barn was repurposed for local cultural events, exhibits, concerts, weddings, and used partly for the reenactment of the Civil War.
Dimapur, India
New Construction of a two story church facility. Church Timeline Spring 2006
Minneapolis, Minnesota
MS&R provided pro bono design services for the conversion of a 1970s, two-story, 5,000 square-foot office building into The Link's new headquarters.
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Renovation of two offices in a public building dedicated to serving the homeless population. Project is located in an urban area of a large city.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Byron Story Foundation was established by Juanita Story Jones in memory of her son, a promising high school graduate from Philadelphia who was killed in 2002 as the result of handgun violence.
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Fraser is a nationally renowned Minnesota nonprofit serving children and adults with special needs through comprehensive education, healthcare and housing services. Fraser is also a leading provider of autism services.
Indianapolis, Indiana
HKS designed an addition of a Nursing Mom's Nest at the Indianapolis Zoo. The room is the vision of a strategic collaboration with Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health and key vendors for the Simon Family Tower Va.2 project.
Portland, Oregon
The renovation of an existing doggie daycare to provide a new "cat meeting" room, additional kennels and office space for a dog and cat adoption center.
San Francisco, California
As part of World Environmental Day, hosted in June 2005 by San Francisco, INTERSTICE, along with a team of other architects, builders, engineers, city officials and artists created an 850 s.f. Exhibition home in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza.
Arlington, Virginia
Phoenix Bikes- a non-profit job training program for at-risk high school students in Arlignton, Virginia. The program takes donated bikes and teaches kids to repair and sell the bikes while building focus on devloping business management skills.
Portland, Oregon
Combining learning with sustainability, the new Evans-Harvard High Performance Music Classroom at da Vinci Arts Middle School demonstrates possibilities for energy efficiency and green building practices in a Portland Public Schools facility.