APMA worked with Girls Inc. of Omaha to transform a former monastery into the Protégé House, the organization’s first ever transitional housing facility for young women. The expansive kitchen, multi-purpose room, and living spaces are shared by all residents to foster a sense of community and responsibility. The graphics were designed to celebrate that history and give it a strong sense of place while also feeling fun, youthful and hopeful. Fun wasn’t the only factor considered though — the vinyl wallcoverings offer a low cost, high impact design feature that will look great for years to come.
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Countryside Community Church has won the international Religious Architecture and Art Design Award. Co-sponsored by Faith & Form, the prestigious award recognizes the church in the Religious Architecture: New Facilities category.
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