Public Architecture
The Day Labor Station, a project of Public Architecture, is a structure that can be deployed at informal day labor locations.

The design is based on the realities of the ways in which the day labor system operates, and responds to the needs and desires of the day laborers themselves, as clients. 

Public Architecture is currently working to locate a permanent site for the first Station. Ultimately, Day Labor Stations will be deployed across the country.

[Sep 25] A Public Architecture produced slide show about day laborers and the Day Labor Station project is showing at the 2009 Rotterdam Biennale, themed, “Open City: Designing Coexistence” [Read]
[May 31] Public Architecture's Day Labor Station wins the Global Innovation Prize from the Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction [Read]
[Oct 08] Day Labor Station Featured in 2007 Spark! Winners Exhibition at Autodesk San Francisco Gallery [Read]
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