Project Type: Non-profit

Cafritz Environmental Center

Cafritz Environmental Center

The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Environmental Center is an education, training, and events building at Hard Bargain Farm, a renowned environmental center on a 330-acre site along the Potomac River. Certified as the 13th living building in the world, the Cafritz Center has verified its net-zero energy performance and net-zero water performance, along with […]

Camden Friends Meeting

Camden Friends Meeting

The Historic Meeting House serves as the spiritual and social heart of Camden’s Quaker community.  Through the project, the c.1805 Meeting House was restored and new social hall was built to house indoor and outdoor events, catering, archival display, and community education. During the Master Planning phase, the building committee worked with Re:Vision to ensure […]

Horizon House Headquarters

Horizon House Headquarters

Horizon House’s ‘people first’ headquarters expresses a holistic view of wellness for its 250 staff and thousands of program participants.  As co-developer and anchor tenant for the New Market West building, Horizon House occupies three floors with homeless services, health clinics, administrative services, developmental services, behavioral health therapies, a model apartment to prepare participants for […]

Mt. Cuba Center

Mt. Cuba Center

Mt. Cuba Center’s 2018 master plan aims to facilitate their transition from a private estate to a public garden that inspires an appreciation for the beauty and value of native plants and the habitats that sustain them.  The first phase of the master plan, led by Re:Vision, is focused on operational improvements that facilitate plant […]

Musconetcong River Resource Center

Musconetcong River Resource Center

The River Resource Center in Asbury, NJ transformed a graphite mill ruin into a thriving home for Musconetcong Watershed Association (MWA). The River Resource Center takes full advantage of its perch above the Musconetcong River with thoughtful viewpoints from MWA offices and community meeting spaces, exterior viewing platforms, and ground level kayak storage for watershed […]

Berks County Community Foundation

Berks County Community Foundation

Berks County Community Foundation (BCCF) transformed a parking lot on a prominent street corner into a vibrant gathering space with foundation offices, community conference center, and tenant spaces for other non-profits. With the intent of inspiring others to build more sustainably, BCCF challenged the team to set an example of environmental stewardship that is both […]

Mariposa Food Co-Op

Mariposa Food Co-Op

Putting into practice a Greening Groceries research project completed for The Food Trust, Re:Vision designed the adaptive re-use of a 5,000 sf Greek-revival style bank in West Philadelphia into an appealing food-shopping venue for Mariposa Food Co-op. The project was designed to be developed in three phases, including retail space, community gathering, and a roof […]

Pendle Hill

Pendle Hill

Pendle Hill, an internationally renowned Quaker retreat, engaged Re:Vision in 2011 to develop a Master Plan that would guide near-term improvements and long-range growth for a more sustainable Pendle Hill. The master plan focuses on management of existing site and facility conditions as well as conceptual planning for major renovation and construction projects in the […]

Hard Bargain Farm Environmental Education Campus

Hard Bargain Farm Environmental Education Campus

The Potomac Watershed Education Complex is a series of Living Buildings at Hard Bargain Farm, a renowned environmental education center on a 100-acre site along the Potomac River. The project advances the notion of a Living Building by considering what it means to be a Living Campus. Rather than working independently, the structures are designed […]

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