Residential Architect Design Awards, May 2004
The judges called HomeSafe “a friendly, welcoming place”–exactly the type of reaction Studio E Architects hoped to evoke. “The goal from the outset was to make it feel uplifting,” says principal John Sheehan. The 25-unit co-housing project serves as a transitional residence for battered women and children, a place for them to regroup and stabilize their lives before moving on to a more permanent situation.

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