Public Architecture

The new headquarters of the Homeless Prenatal Program, a San Francisco nonprofit, was renovated as part of Public Architecture's pro bono initiative, the 1% Solution.

The proposed day labor station offers seating, shade, and bathroom and kitchen facilities. The seating area can also function as a classroom.

A steel-and-photovoltaic grid shades laborers from the sun and collects solar energy during the day; at night, it folds down to secure the station.

Designed by Miller|Hull Partnership, with Public Architecture consulting, a $13 million learning center in Seattle's Lakewood Park will help the nonprofit Technology Access Foundation bring technology to underserved students.

The reception area at the Homeless Prenatal Program's new facility

The renovated building, a former warehouse in San Francisco's Mission District.

The main entrance

The staff of the Homeless Prenatal Program, which offers support services for homeless women and families.

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