Mary's Place is a day space for homeless and formerly homeless women and children. This project, partially pro bono, was for a build-out for a temporary 7,000 sf space in Belltown, Seattle.
Interior renovation of two-story 1910 row house in vibrant historic district. Timeline Construction completed 2009.
Los Angeles, California
Landscape Architectural services in partnership with the Watts House Project.
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.
Conceived as a healing garden for physically disabled persons to undertake a "cash crop" of baby vegetables and cut flowers while experiencing physical therapy and safe outdoor surroundings. The Centers for Habilitation, Owner.
This project for the (re)development of Mandell Park was based within a University of Houston design studio as a competition that teamed students with Houston design firms.
Oakland , California
Working with the neighborhood community group, we designed the conceptual and construction documents for a smal pocket park adjacent to the streets and the supermarket parking lot.
My studio was brought in the prepare, organize, and temporarily reconfigure the existing atrium space of the Ralph Johnson/ Perkins and Will building on the campus at the University of Illinois, Champaign- Urbana for the West Central Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Conference fo
Non-Profit organization founded to advance the design of the built environment through research, education and advocacy. Rosalyn Cama is Chair of the Board of Directors Timeline Ongoing
San Carlos, California
The initial request was for capital campaign material (imagery and cost estimates) for a dome structure to host events, exhibitions, and competitions.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Houston creates and sustains nearly 2,000 mentor matches, yet with hundreds of children on its waiting list, there was a growing need to expand its services and increase its visibility within Houston to attract new mentors.