Interior design students at DCTC have been working with Cabrini Partnership, a source of transitional housing for the homeless, to help layout and furnish apartments for resident candiates. The end user is someone who has been in a homeless situation and is transitioning from temporary housing to an apartment. The students “shop” for “low-cost” furnishings and provide the temporary shelter with a furnished apartment for $1500-. The team has completed several installations.
See photos attached of the most recent installation for client “Joni” this past weekend.