The Furniture Bank distributes donated furnishings at no cost to families and individuals who have found housing through a social service agency or are assisted through a non-profit community organization.
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.
Existing conditions as-built documentation and schematic design assessment for foster home due to addition of new sibling group of children.
Los Angeles, California
The Greening Plan for Inglewood and Lennox will focus on identifying land areas to increase strategic tree planting, community gardens, practices that capture and/or conserve rainwater, and other strategic landscaping opportunities.
Bay St. Louis, Michigan
The parish center embraces this historically African-American community and creates a place for gathering to celebrate the the annual events of the church and the milestones of life: christenings, weddings, anniversaries, and funerals.
New Orleans, Louisiana
A Writer's Cabin built in memory of Moira and Stephen Ambrose will provide a deeply forested retreat for writers to join the Artist-in-Residence programs offered at A Studio in the Woods. This 500 SF cottage includes sleeping, working, and support functions in communion with nature.
Santa Barbara, California
Concept design for a commercial kitchen, retail, education, and restaurant space for Organic Soup Kitchen, a non-profit whose mission is to feed low income persons in Santa Barbara County.
brooklyn, New York
temporary landscape: a pasture for an urban space 1600 sq feet Location: downtown Brooklyn, NYC Date: june-august 2005 Budget: $18,000 Sponsors: NYSCA, The Independence Community Foundation, lower Manhattan cultural council, private sponsors
The Midtown Greenway Coalition would like to propose a change to the walkway above the greenway (central bike path through the city of Minneapolis) between Portland and Chicago Avenues.
Winner of a design award from the Maryland Society AIA, the memorial honors fallen officers and required integration within an existing flowerbed configuration at the urban edge of a public park and an existing Columbus Monument.