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The Social Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting a Creative Reuse Center By Kelley Carmichael Casey, PsyD, Alyssa Kail
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The Social Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting a Creative Reuse Center is the first manual that shows you how to set up your creative reuse center from conception to running full steam ahead. It is an... More > invaluable resource for new and growing creative start-ups. This manual is full of information, activities and exercises to help you create your model, business plan, programs and get community support. According to MaryEllen Etienne, Executive Director of the Reuse Alliance, "If you're thinking about starting a reuse center there's no reason to reinvent the wheel. Learn best practices and top tips from Kelley and Alyssa, seasoned reuse professionals. This book is a phenomenal resource that will help any reuse company grow and thrive."< Less
Public Work By Francoise Bollack
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FRANCOISE BOLLACK ARCHITECTS – PUBLIC WORKS The book presents three works of architecture built in the US between 1990 and 2000: interventions range from restorations, to alterations, adaptive... More > re-use and additions. Color photographs, drawings and short essays allow readers to understand the work from the perspective of design. The three projects covered in Françoise Bollack Architects – Public Works are The New York State Capitol in Albany, New York (restoration and alterations to a National Historic Landmark), the Chesterwood Museum Shop and Barn Gallery in Stockbridge Massachusetts (addition to landmarked building) and the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center renovation in New York City (adaptive re-use of a former school building in the Greenwich Village Historic District). The book’s interest stems from the variety of buildings included and the broad range of creative attitudes developed by the architect to address the specific problems and opportunities of each project.< Less