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Friday, June 8 • 4:45pm - 5:15pm
Design for Children

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Design for Children aims to address the need for quality early child care centers in DC. Though more than 60% of American families rely on childcare services, many facilities are overcrowded, outdated, or disappearing altogether, as lease rates increase and building owners opt for more glamorous tenants. We’ll share how the Washington, DC, Open Architecture Collaborative (OADC) team undertook a process to identify, survey, and collaborate with daycare service providers. Three child development centers were selected as seed projects for the Design for Children program, which launched early 2017. By providing a schematic design package, OADC hopes to alleviate the costs of providing quality early child care centers.

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avatar for Chau Pham

Chau Pham

Open Architecture DC
Chau Pham is an architect practicing in the DC area, with 6 years of experience in residential and mixed-use developments. With a dual degree in Architecture & Real Estate Development, she hopes to incorporate her knowledge and skills to support public-interest & community development... Read More →
avatar for Yvonne Stewart-DeLancey

Yvonne Stewart-DeLancey

Mrs. Yvonne Stewart – De Lancey is an accredited Family Child Care Provider who has served the Capitol Hill area for 26 years. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood education from Southeastern University. As owner and founder of Bre Bre’s Child Development Home and... Read More →


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