Not For Profit Initiatives

small space furniture

Micro Apartments for Veterans

Resource Furniture is proud to have the opportunity to donate complete home furnishings for eight studio veterans apartments designated for homeless veterans in nArchitect and Monadnock Development’s new Carmel Place micro-apartment building. Located in the Kips Bay neighborhood of New York City, the nine-story development, designed by nARCHITECTS, is comprised of 55 units, 40% of which are set […]

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Pedia-Pod, Pediatric Treatment Module

For several years, we have sponsored organizations participating at the U.S. Green Building Council’s Greenbuild International Conference and Expo. The event brings together industry leaders dedicated to sustainable building and design. In 2012 the event was hosted in San Francisco where we teamed up with Seattle-based pre-fab builder Method Homes. The event was held in […]

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Georgia Tech School of Architecture

Georgia Tech School of Architecture

Graduate students in Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture will be researching zero energy housing concepts in studio over the course of a year thanks to a gift from Resource Furniture and funding by Alcoa Foundation and Architecture for Humanity. When recent Georgia Tech School of Architecture alumnus, Stephen Taul, visited the “Making Room” exhibition at […]

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Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers

Clei, s.r.l and Resource Furniture were major sponsors of Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers, co-curated by The Museum of the City of New York and Citizens Housing and Planning Council.  The exhibit was open for nine months – including an extended month due to popular demand — and offered insights into New […]

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US Department of Energy Solar Decathlon

Every two years, the U.S. Department of Energy challenges universities around the world with the ultimate test in sustainability: the Solar Decathlon. Each competing team must design, build, and operate solar-powered, net-zero-energy houses that are not only energy-efficient, but also hyper-functional and cost-effective. What better way to achieve this than with transforming furniture? Resource Furniture […]

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