The UNHCR needed to increase the quality of their video appeal for funders with a graphical support.
Renovation and expansion to a underutilized city community center for use as a Boselli Foundation Lifelong Learning Center. Timeline Documents completed 5/7/08. Construction commencement 6/20/08.
Silent auction donation to Annette Rose Foundation
Camden, New Jersey
For an elementary school library in Camden, New Jersey, ZED designed a reading nook and created a visualization of the design to assist in fundraising for the space renovation. Adequate funds were raised, and the project moved through construction.
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.
Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
A historic theater in the heart of Upper Darby serves as the headquarters for the Inner City Movement. The design team was tasked with developing a report and images that will serve as capital campaign materials for the ICM to further its mission with renovated facilities.
This proposed new church and fellowship facility, located near the Minnesota State University - Mankato campus, will provide an expanded home for the St. Thomas More Newman Center.
Larchmont, New York
A collection of articles and studies comparing synthetic turf and natural grass athletic fields for community education.
Located in the Navy Shipyard of Charlestown, MA, Pier 8 is one of many piers along the Boston coastline that are effected by climate change and new development.
Glenville, New York
Provide professional planning services to aid town in zoning decisions Timeline on going
The New Kensington Community Development Corporation, a community development corporation in Northeast Philadelphia, was looking to assess strategies for rehabilitation and construction that could be implemented to provide affordable infill housing for the specific site given, as well as througho
Museum built to house and interpret the Nikawa, the boat William Least-Heat Moon used to traverse the rivers and waterways nearly nonstop from the Atlantic coast to the Pacific Northwest. These travels were chronicled in "RIVER-HORSE: Across America by Boat," 1999.