Writer Simon Lewsen’s article about the Durham Modular Supportive Housing project in the Globe and Mail explores the process, initiative and design features of the new residence and community complex in Beaverton, Ontario.
The piece discusses the basic solution of providing housing for the homeless, and articulates how the project responds aptly to the human right to experience a sense of home. Completed using prefabricated construction and accommodating a tight timeline, the new building goes beyond basic function and delivers design excellence through its simplicity and efficiency.
Read the full article in the Globe and Mail here
Read more about the Durham Modular Supportive Housing Project here