• Anthony Duncan
  • Anthony Duncan

Compassion House

This facility, "The Compassion House", was designed to house homeless and battered women and their children. The Compassion House included living suites that accommodated families of 2 - 4, and could house up to 18 families simultaneously. In addition to the living quarters there were support spaces to empower the families living in the facility and assist and educate them to become employed and move out onto their own. The facility had classroom spaces for learning sessions, medical office space for visiting doctors and psychologists, cafeteria, lounges, game rooms and a soup kitchen for those who were homeless but not living in the facility.

The Compassion House is operated by the non profit organization "Project Compassion". We appreciated having the opportunity working with a great organization to help a cause that is a growing concern in our neighborhoods.

© Anthony Duncan Architect 2011 | Contact Us