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Mike Szilagyi

Mike Szilagyi was born in the Logan neighborhood of Philadelphia, and raised in both Logan and what was the far edge of suburbia near Valley Forge. He found himself deeply intrigued by both the built landscape and by the natural “lay of the land.” Where things really get interesting is the fluid, intricate, multi-layered interface between the two.

The Art Beneath Your Feet

The Art Beneath Your Feet

December 8, 2011  |  News

How a Philadelphia firm salvaged Coney Island boardwalk for the floor of the new Barnes Foundation museum on the Parkway > more

Furness's Mt. Airy Station

Furness’s Mt. Airy Station

December 1, 2011  |  Found

Find yourself among 80,000 books at Walk a Crooked Mile Bookstore in the station at an open house this Friday evening > more

Schuylkill Trail Forges On (No Matter The Weather)

Schuylkill Trail Forges On (No Matter The Weather)

November 2, 2011  |  Buzz

With phase 2 expansion about ready to begin, a seasonal reminder the trail is a treated as a major commuter route > more

Two Month Wait For The #15 Trolley

Two Month Wait For The #15 Trolley

October 25, 2011  |  Buzz

Trolleys suspended while track is replaced in West Philadelphia starting Sunday > more

Once A Church Of The Brethren

Once A Church Of The Brethren

October 3, 2011  |  Found

Inside that house, a mid 19th century church. > more