Grace Farms is a non-profit center in New Canaan, Connecticut that is dedicated to advancing faith, nature, arts, community and justice initiatives. Grace Farms is located on an 80-acre site, which features The River building, a sinuous building designed by the Pritzker Prize-winning, Japanese architecture firm SANAA. The River building - made from glass, concrete, steel, and wood - includes a 700-seat amphitheater/sanctuary; a library; a commons space; tea pavilion; and a sunken court for recreation and performance.
766 Lafayette Ave. in Brooklyn NY is an urban center in one building. The six-story building, including a commercial ground floor, 12 housing units divided over 4 floors, plus 2 duplexes, sits in a developing center in Brooklyn NYC at the intersection of Lafayette Ave and Throop Street. The entire design was designed around the building's being in the corner of the intersection, and it was amplified by the energies that flow from the street into the residential and business spaces through a unique window composition.