Accessible cottage with two bedroom and two baths.
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.
San Antonio, Texas
Architect provided interior and exterior design services for two renovation projects for transforming an auto tire sales center into a children's after-school day care facility. After school educational facility for inner city youth
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.
Washington, District of Columbia
TWPDC is a non-profit organization seeking to collocate several smaller non-profit organizations who provide workforce development services to about 2,000 District of Columbia residents annually.
Design and drawings for the renovation of a one acre field in Sausalito that serves as the town's dog park. Project involved creating design and promotional material to help raise funds for the Friends of the Sausalito Dog Park to complete the project.
Spartanburg, South Carolina
The country's first non-profit bookstore where all proceeds from the sale of books fund creative writing education and independent book publishing in the local community.
Fargo, North Dakota
The International Market Plaza will enhance the local retail market with goods and services from local refugee and immigrant entrepreneurs while providing an opportunity to bring their
Charlotte, North Carolina
The Mint Museum expansion in Center City Charlotte http://www.mintmuseum.org/virtual-museum-tour-2.html
Our firm donated our services and creativity to the City of Dayton and the Downtown Dayton Partnership to develop a new use for a nearly vacant building in Downtown area of Dayton, Ohio with the goal of linking them to potential developers who could transform it back to more vibrant and productiv