Radian/Placematters Designs Micro-Housing Village for Denver's Homeless

For Denver’s homeless, Radian/Placematters worked for a reduced fee to design a temporary village. Photography by JC Buck. Not everyone who’s homeless has the option of going to a shelter. Couples, the transgender, and those with pets and certain disabilities may face obstacles in the traditional system. So Denver’s Radian/Placematters came up with a solution in the form of tiny houses for temporary occupancy. For the first iteration, called Beloved Community Village, the design nonprofit’s executive director, architect Tim Reinen, worked with the housing nonprofit Colorado Village Collaborative to house 15 people in a cluster of 11 units occupying 1⁄3 ...

For Slack's Vancouver Office, Leckie Studio Updates Industrial Warehouse for Modern Work

In the early 1900’s, an eight-block district of Vancouver was the region’s center of warehousing activity. A century later, Leckie ...