A twenty-unit housing project and community center was constructed on a 16,000 square foot parcel in San Francisco's Mission District, replacing an existing building condemned after the Loma Prieta earthquake. The family resource center and a portion of the housing were placed at the front of the site, behind which a series of objects with the majority of the housing acts as a backdrop. A series of tight, highly activated, exterior spaces occur between the separate buildings. This project was undertaken as an architect in association with Simon Martin - Vegue Winkelstein Moris Architects.
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