How do planners design housing for different populations in Washington, D.C.? Students in the CityVision program from Takoma Education Campus and School Without Walls at Francis Stevens researched local demographics and living needs and visited housing examples across the city. Working in studio teams and with feedback from developers at Forest City DC, the students proposed a building for the Penn Quarter neighborhood to meet the increasing housing needs of the neighborhood. Celebrate their semester of work and talk with these young designers about their ideas to increase the livability of Washington, D.C.
CityVision is generously supported by:
Additional support povided by: The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation; William Randolph Hearst Endowment for the CityVision Program; Herbert M. Franklin Fund for Teen Programs; and the Sunrise Foundation.
Making Room is supported by:
The exhibition is also generously supported by American Society of Interior Designers Foundation; AJ Madison, Electrolux, Elica, and Miele; Ceramics of Italy; Ditto Residential; Nixon Peabody LLP; Arris Apartments; Casaplex; Ernest Rust – European Kitchens; LISC; and Protek.