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.