Since 1968, we’ve worked on thousands of projects, both big and small. Here are some of our favorites.
We helped visualize required renovations for this funeral home turned arts space, featuring studios, offices, and a bar/gallery on the first floor.
For this neighborhood lacking adequate shade or defined spaces, we developed a master plan and implementation strategy for amenities and landscape improvements.
We created 3D renderings for a vacant lot to secure resources to transform it into memorial, gathering and play space.
We’re working to cement the historic legacy of Congressman Mitchell was a Civil Rights leader and the first African-American elected to Congress from Maryland.
Through the pro-bono Community Design Works program, our team of designers reimagined the way that this emergency outreach agency’s entrances could enhance the space’s safety, sustainability, and hospitality.
The Compound is a nonprofit artist-run residence, studio, and event space in Baltimore City. Through our Arts Space Technical Assistance Program, we worked in collaboration with one of the property’s owners, Nicholas Wisniewski, in exploring improvement opportunities for the row houses on their site and in envisioning a future use as affordable live-work artist residences.
Hope Village will become a model for addressing homelessness in cities. We created a planting site plan that includes native vegetation, private yards for each home, and a shared community garden.
We partnered with the community to increase tree canopy and green space via environmental education walks, tree planting events, and the designs that transform neighborhood vacant lots into vibrant, accessible gathering areas that filter stormwater.
We created designs for this community center, including floor plans, code analysis, and renderings. These conceptual plans were used to help A.L.I.V.E. secure bond funding for phase 1 implementation of the design.