This project was for Rebuilding Together Peninsula, a non-profit that raises money for children of low income families in the community. SBC worked closely with the Hayes Group to custom-design a safe and unique place for children, with unique play features such as slides and climbing walls. This playhouse was designed with fun, imaginative enhancements and decorative elements such as a bright yellow bench and copper faceplates.
The playhouse, called "Safari Campout," was transported to Stanford mall to be with a dozen other playhouses, driving mall traffic by 20% in May 2013. The playhouse also included open windows, sleek beams and many places to climb. It was finished with bright foliage and striped hammock, and it was auctioned off for $40,000.