Public Architecture is pleased to release Hawaii Wildlife Center, the third in an on-going series of case studies that feature projects by the American Institute of Architects members participating in The 1% program who are making pro bono service an integral part of design practice. The Hawaii Wildlife Center, located on the Big Island, is dedicated to protecting, conserving, and aiding in the recovery of Hawaii’s native wildlife through hands-on treatment, research, training, science education and cultural programs. Boston based Ruhl Walker Architects designed HWC’s state-of-the-art care and rehabilitation facility for native animals.
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