Bradley-Angle House, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Portland, seeks to establish a new facility to assist domestic violence survivors.  The new center will serve as a focal point for educating employers, schools, counselors and others to understand and support those experiencing violence.  The design seeks to create a comfortable and inviting modern building that contributes positively to the street, neighborhood, and the community.  The building is simple and compact, and provides a transparent public face while opening on to a private healing garden protected from the busy street.

Portland, OR| 11,000 sf | 3 stories  |  Design 2009

Collaboration with Liz Williams and B+G Builders