The Parkinson’s Project

Seattle, Washington
12 Room Small House for people with Parkinson’s Disease

In association with Hoshide Wanzer Williams & David Fukui
Completed 2013

The Parkinson’s Project is an assisted living licensed small house residence that offers specialized support and care for those with mid to late-stage Parkinson’s disease. The new small house supports a program of resident-centered care where residents with Parkinson’s will choose what activities they wish to engage in so that they are able to thrive – not just exist. Each house has private resident rooms arranged around common living, dining, kitchen, support spaces.  These spaces are arranged to maximize their connections to the outdoors and natural light.