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March 28th, 2019

First Round of Design Grants for 2019

Four nonprofits have received grants of preliminary design services in through the Community Design Collaborative’s Design Grant Program. We'll be helping them activate two sacred spaces and two lots for community use.

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Meet Our Volunteers: Michael J. Paul
2009 - You really just can’t say enough good things about Michael J. Paul. A structural engineer, Michael has volunteered his engineering skills with the Community Design...
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Who you gonna call? Ghost Bowlers!
Here's a heartwarming story that illustrates, once again, why we love our volunteers.  Michelle Robinson Architects wanted to sponsor a bowling lane this year, but Michelle was...
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Meet Our Volunteers: Alex Chan
2009 - Alex Chan's interest in design started in seventh grade, when his Construction Technology teacher asked him and his classmates to design their dream homes. "That first...
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Meet Our Volunteers: Eric Heidel
2009 - Eric Heidel is only a bowler once a year, but he made a fantastic co-chair for our Bowling Ball Committee, along with Greg Hart. A registered architect, Eric graduated from...
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Meet Our Volunteers: Mary Anne Hunter
2009 - When I asked Mary Anne Hunter what she liked most about Philadelphia, she described the "precious microcosms" that are the building blocks of the city. Although she grew up...
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Breaking ground at Sheridan Street
Posted by Haley Loram Another one of our projects that has forward momentum is volunteer firm Interface Studio Architects' 20-unit sustainable housing development for the...
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Meet Our Volunteers: Greg Hart
2009 -  Graduate Architect Greg Hart's first introduction to the Collaborative was attending our annual Bowling Ball four years ago, and he's been a part of the event ever since...
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Renovate, Expand, Move, or What? An Urban School Design Charette
Julia. R. Masterman Laboratory and Demonstration School is the kind of school I wish I’d gone to. Granted, I grew up in rural southern Oregon so it wasn’t an option, but...
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