Published in Interiors + Sources: Design Eases the Transition to Safety for Survivors of Abuse

February 20, 2020 Robyn Whitwham

Designing a women’s shelter taught one architect about recovery, reintegration, and empowerment

 

Design can have an immeasurable impact on its occupants, and our Robyn Whitwham learned that first-hand with the Green Haven Women’s Shelter project. We created a space that offers safety, comfort, and healing for survivors of abuse.

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Robyn Whitwham

Robyn Whitwham is an architect working in Toronto, Ontario. Robyn's work is centered around three areas: health and wellness, building science, and computational design.

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