This adaptive-reuse project provides housing for 28 homeless hard-drug users while helping them start the process of reintegrating with the rest of society. The residents live in private rooms but share use of a communal living room and dining area. BAR placed reception, administration, meeting rooms, kitchen, and a doctor’s office along the front facade, while organizing residents’ rooms in two blocks—in the front and back of the building—with service modules in between.
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