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Saturday, June 9 • 11:30am - 12:15pm
DesignVoice Workshop: Evaluating Homeless Housing

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Excuse Our Dust

Speakers from AIA Austin’s DesignVoice Committee will share the design and development of microhomes at the Community First! Village, and subsequent work around conducting a post-occupancy study of these homes. Community First! Village is a 27-acre master planned community that provides affordable, permanent housing and a supportive community for the disabled and chronically homeless in Central Texas. DesignVoice led the design competition that produced these homes. The post occupancy study analyzes the successes and shortcomings of Phase 1 designs and process. In direct engagement with residents, DesignVoice will incorporate feedback for the direction of Phase 2 designs for the Village. We’ll present resident, staff, and designer interviews, as well as the first round of analysis, for feedback as we move into Phase 2.

*This is an "Excuse our Dust" Session!*
Excuse our Dust is  a series of interactive workshops focused on in-process projects, from a women-led, San Francisco-based group working to support diversity in the field of public interest design to an East Baltimore community developing cooperative ownership models. Participating groups are interested in feedback, so come with questions and ideas.

Speakers
avatar for Shelby Blessing

Shelby Blessing

AIA Austin; Page/
Shelby Blessing, AIA, juggles several roles applying her design background towards building strong communities. As an Associate at Page in Austin, TX, she is Project Architect for a large public high school. As former co-chair of AIA Austin DesignVoice, she leads post-occupancy study... Read More →
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Sarah Satterlee

Construction and Design Coordinator, Mobile Loaves, Fishes Community First! Village
Sarah Satterlee is an architect currently serving as Construction and Design Coordinator with Community First Village, a permanent supportive housing community for the formerly homeless in Austin, TX. A native New Orleanian, she previously worked with design firm Colectivo on many... Read More →
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Carrie Waller

AIA Austin DesignVoice, Gensler
Carrie Waller, AIA, an Austin architect and native Texan, hails from San Angelo. At Gensler, she works as a project architect and technical designer. She recently led her office in an exploratory design competition to develop urban-focused permanent supportive housing solutions specific... Read More →


Attendees (14)