design muscle

The wide range of skills required for social impact projects often call upon our planning, budgeting and scheduling experience more than our spatial and material selection talents. We stretched some long unused muscles this year and completed a few traditional projects including design and construction of an elevated tiny house, two office remodels, and a custom two-story home. The benefits were two-fold. We brought our community engagement skills to our client meetings in each of these projects in 2016, and we now feel more prepared to work on floor plans and renderings in an upcoming neighborhood investment project.

 

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