Name
Location
Designer
Project Description
Lynchburg, Virginia
CDS is providing design and construction administration services. The project consists of the adaptive re-use of a 1954 school, new construction of an addition to the school and 3 new cottages. Timeline This project will begin construction in 2013.
New York, New York
Front Studio was approached by Sarah McNally of McNally Jackson Books to re-conceptualize the caf® area of the independent bookseller as a place evocative of reading and books.
Lansdowne, Pennsylvania
Programming + design services were provided for the renovation of the existing lounge and reception space.
Tempe, Arizona
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.
Camdenton, Missouri
Poor Rural Area in the Ozarks expanding it's food bank size and capabilites providing 28 pounds of food per person for over 2100 people per month with this new structure.
Orinda, California
Built in 1841, the Joaquin Moraga Adobe in Orinda is the oldest surviving building in Contra Costa County. It has been recognized as a California State Historic Landmark since 1954 (landmark #509), and was designated as an Orinda City Landmark in 1995.
Dorchester, Massachusetts
Schematic design of 7600sf Adult Education Center with offices and child care center for non-profit organization whose mission is to provide low-income Latina women and their families educational and social services to emprove themselves and become self-sufficient.
Chicago, Illinois
PCC's Austin Family Health Center is a LEED-Gold, 18,000+ square foot community health center on Chicago's west side.
Grand Forks , North Dakota
Currently in design. HOURS DONATED: 98.75 Hours
Niles, California
The purpose of the Niles Cultural Banner Program is to celebrate and promote the culture of Niles, California - past, and present.
Indianapolis, Indiana
The historic downtown Metzger Building met all three of the key considerations for the Indianapolis Arts Council; street level store front windows to showcase local artists, ample parking, and an ADA accessible route.
Larchmont, New York
A Green Roof Installtion as part of a pilot program on Stormwater Management at the Middle School level.

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