Herman Coliver Locus Architecture has been nationally recognized for its work on affordable housing, schools and sacred spaces for non-profits as well as homes for private clients.  The practice's work for neighborhood-based development corporations includes housing for seniors and families, the developmentally disabled, the homeless, those recovering from substance abuse, and other under-served populations.  Each project carries the signature of its clients' needs, gives shape to their dreams and aspirations, and attempts to provide emotional and intellectual sustenance as well as shelter.  The firm's designs use space, light and delight to mark the passage of time and to tie spaces to the rhythms of nature.