Name
Location
Designer
Project Description
New York, New York
Working within a tight space and budget, it was essential that the office convey the character and spirit of the non-profit organization, Friends of the High Line.
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.
Sacramento, California
The Effort is a Community Clinic and Family Healthcare provider serving the Sacramento region since 1953. We designed a full renovation for their aging downtown clinic to bring it into the 21st century.
Columbia, Missouri
The P.R.I.D.E. dream is to maximize healthy community potential through the blending and crossover of community organizations' services with the universal attraction of sports and play at its core. To achieve this dream, the P.R.I.D.E.
Oakland, California
We provided a planting plan and conceptual design alternatives for the entry to the school. Timeline The planting was installed but the money was not available for the entry improvements.
SEATTLE, Washington
FEASIBILITY PLANNING FOR A NEW VENUE Timeline SUMMER 2011
Sandusky, Ohio
On-going work on a pro-bono project started 20 years ago.
Monroe, Michigan
The client is currently going through a re-branding and image change. The goal of this project was to extend this process to their current building through a facade alteration. Timeline Started May 2014 and completed by November 2014
Toronto, Ohio
&Co's Hai Ho, Ruth Mora, Chris Hardwicke and Vita Leung were participants in a design charrette with the O'Connor community (southwest of Victoria Park and Eglinton) on October 27, 2007, organized by the Design Exchange (DX).
Frenchtown, New Jersey
This was a mid-19th Century classical Church renovation. To accommodate and facilitate continuing growth the church launched an ambitious renovation and construction project. Working closely with the community, we aimed to restore its interiors after 50 years of neglect.
Idaho Springs, Colorado
Family Pathways of Colorado is a nonprofit that helps severly abused children in Colorado. AW offered our services to create a stimulating school and dormitory to replace their current facility.
Amo, Indiana
Brenner Design conducted a preliminary architectural feasibility study for the renovation and reuse of an existing Interurban building for a proposed community center, museum and library.

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