It the wake of Haiti's worst earthquake in two centuries, people around the globe sought ways to assist the devastated island nation. Gensler began by tackling a single project with significant impact: rebuilding a school.
Brooklyn, New York
TownHouse 2.0 is a Pro Bono Residential project designed for the Brooklyn's Affordable Housing development. Manufacturer: Compact Habit - Barcelona/Spain
Overbrook Environmental Center: Green Building Feasibility Stud
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.
The project takes into consideration the procession through Cuban Memorial Boulevard. As one walks through Park, he or she experiences a series of monuments, which commemorate an event or an individual.
Hot Springs, South Dakota
AcV2, in collaboration with R. Fred Thurston Architecture, as asked by The Nature Conservancy to design an adaptive reuse of the building that previously housed the Brainerd Indian Training School.
The HKS/McCarthy design entry was one of seven finalists selected to participate in the Dallas Arboretum Fairytale Castle Competition, displayed at the Arboretum. The HKS design is based on the timeless story of Aladdin.
New York, New York
The ASID NEW YORK METRO CHAPTER has launched a special pro bono project that involves the redecoration of the Lower East Side Community Center facility, Su Casa, which is located in lower Manhattan, and is a vital rehabilitation center in New York City.
Providence, Rhode Island
ZED created an affordable home design that minimized fossil fuel use and carbon footprint while blending carefully into the existing neighborhood vernacular.
Boston , Massachusetts
A new open office suite was previously a storage space for a tailor. During the renovation, the existing ceiling was removed and a panel formed vaulted concrete structure was revealed. The concrete ceiling immediately became the main design feature.
San Diego, California
It took a small group of parents and teachers to envision the possibilities for the existing facilities housing the Math and Science Lab at Grant Elementary.