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Location
Designer
Project Description
Concord, California
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
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.
Columbia, Missouri
Working closely with the local and statewide representatives and staff of the United Methodist Church, the firm developed a functional, energy efficient and environmentally sensitive design for this 16,000 square foot office building which is located in the sensitive Hinkson Creek watershed. In o
Atlanta, Georgia
Genesis Shelter is a private, non-profit organization that was established in 1994 by 16 faith groups as an emergency shelter exclusively for newborn babies and their families, located for several years within the campus of The Temple.
Portland, Oregon
A new design for SE Portland’s community center, providing solutions for our neighborhoods’ needs. With a cascading screen and warm lighting, spaces are comfortable and welcoming, a recipe for positive community changes.
Sacramento, California
The addition of a maintenance workshop is critical to the operation of this facility that services the many neglected children in our region. Timeline We have completed the schematic designs and are waitng CFO approval for construction monies to move forward.
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Two demonstration suites at the University of Minnesota Children's Hospital Fairview were designed pro bono by the Minneapolis office of Perkins + Will through an organization called Adopt A Room, also based in Minneapolis. Renovation
San Francisco, California
The Randall Museum, named in honor of the late Josephine D. Randall, is an interactive natural history museum for children perched high on a hillside, just north of the Castro District.
Los Angeles, California
Landscape Architectural services in partnership with the Watts House Project.
Boston, Massachusetts
ZED co-developed the Passive House Massachusetts Symposium held for the full day on behalf of Passive House Massachusetts, a non-profit educational organization for building professionals.
Memphis , Tennessee
The project consist of an existing facility assessment and visioning process to determine the most cost effective means to upgrade the facility and attract community investment in the Orange Mound community.

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