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    Downtown Drop-In Center

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    ArchWeek Photo

    The lattice is made up of a double layer of horizontal wood members angled to capture light.
    Photo: Michael B. Lehrer, AIA

     

    ArchWeek Photo

    The colonnades do not provide protection from the elements, but are open to the sky.
    Photo: Michael B. Lehrer, AIA

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    People gather here to talk, play cards or chess, hang out, and share their stories and their lives.
    Photo: Michael B. Lehrer, AIA

     

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    Lehrer Architects has created a building composed of the simple but powerful, elements of space, light, and mass.
    Photo: Michael B. Lehrer, AIA

     

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    Project Credits

    Architect: Michael B. Lehrer, AIA/ Lehrer Architects with Farooq Ameen, AIA/ Farooq Ameen Associates
    Engineer: Reiss Brown Ekmekji
    Landscape Architecture: Mia Lehrer & Associates
    General Contractor: Robert Vairo Construction
    Developer S.R.O Housing Corporation

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