Name
Location
Designer
Project Description
Washington, District of Columbia
TWPDC is a non-profit organization seeking to collocate several smaller non-profit organizations who provide workforce development services to about 2,000 District of Columbia residents annually.
Seattle, Washington
Building Dignity is the result of a dynamic collaboration between that Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence [WSCADV] and Mahlum.
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.
Dallas, Texas
Nexus Recovery Center's vision was to design and build the ideal living environment for women and their families recovering from substance abuse. HKS designers listened and created something unique to respond to their needs.
Saratoga Springs, New York
Project is located in the gardens of the Yaddo artist retreat in Saratoga Springs NY. A historic series of rock fountains and rills experiencing leaking problems were evaluated. Potential solutions were developed and analysized in conjunction with contractors.
Daytona Beach, Florida
HKS Architects was part of the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway, held in Florida. However, the firm was not racing in the 24-hour sports car endurance competition.
Charlotte, North Carolina
The Mint Museum expansion in Center City Charlotte http://www.mintmuseum.org/virtual-museum-tour-2.html
San Francisco, California
Historical and/or cultural characteristics of community served by this project:
South Boston , Massachusetts
The proposed project site is located in the City Point neighborhood in South Boston, stretching from East Fifth Street to East Sixth Street between O Street and P street.
Lincoln, Nebraska
3 transitional living residences each with 14 beds for recovering addicts Timeline Completed 2008
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
In early 2007, the Community Design Collaborative of AIA Philadelphia launched the InFill Philadelphia initiative to explore design strategies within older, urban neighborhoods. The first phase of this initiative focused on commercial corridors.

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