— institutional, in design, pro bono, Special Project

Red Siskin Initiative

The Red Siskin is a tiny (10cm long) bird that is highly endangered in its native Venezuelan habitat due to a century and a half of massive illegal trapping and trading. We are proud to be a part of the…

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— institutional, pro bono, studio

Another Award for our Hawai`i Wildlife Center!

We were thrilled to learn in late November that Architect magazine had honored our Hawai`i Wildlife Center on the Big Island of Hawai`i with an honorable mention in their Annual Design Review Awards program. However, we had to wait until…

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— institutional, pro bono

The Hawai‘i Wildlife Center has its official opening!

Last Saturday, November 19th, our Hawai‘i Wildlife Center had its official opening, and Will Ruhl and Sandra Baron were fortunate to be able to be in Kapa‘au to represent Ruhl Walker Architects in paradise. We were joined by our Associate…

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— in construction, pro bono, institutional

The Hawai’i Wildlife Center completes phase one.

As part of our commitment to annually contribute a minimum of 1%of our time to pro bono causes, Ruhl Walker Architects has been working with the Hawai’i Wildlife Center since 2006 on Hawai’i’s first and only native wildlife recovery, rehabilitation, and…

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