Posts Tagged ‘Adaptive Reuse’

An Evening Home For Wayward Sons

An Evening Home For Wayward Sons

April 14, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

Unless you've intentionally walked down Center City's Van Pelt Street between Ludlow and Chestnut Streets, chances are you have, like us, passed by the 120-year-old building home of De La Salle in Towne. But where The Shadow lurks, there be stories, and this one has a long history of social well being > more

Windows Into An Artist Surge Near Temple

Windows Into An Artist Surge Near Temple

April 10, 2014  |  Vantage

At Ninth & Dauphin, the Window Factory maintains its industrial past while bridging the artistic present on the edge of Temple University's North Philadelphia dominion. Philly History Truck curator Erin Bernard looks into the challenges developers face in preserving and adapting old factory buildings in transitioning neighborhoods > more

Transcendental Renovation

Transcendental Renovation

April 8, 2014  |  Vantage

In South Philly, where Pennsport blends into Whitman, a Cambodian Buddhist community blends into a fabric with Christian and Judaic roots. Michael Bixler has this essay of the Preah Buddah Rangsey Temple > more

Nouveau du Nord: A North Philly Nouveau Mashup

Nouveau du Nord: A North Philly Nouveau Mashup

March 31, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

Leave it to The Shadow to find one of the city's few (and finest) Art Nouveau buildings: the former Mulligan Funeral Home, now Rome Emmanuel Baptist Church, on Lehigh Avenue in North Philadelphia > more

No Loss Of Dignity At Tindley Temple

No Loss Of Dignity At Tindley Temple

March 24, 2014  |  News

The AIA has awarded its Landmark Building of the Year for 2014 to Tindley Temple, the historic African American church on the Avenue of the Arts. The award is for more than architecture. It comes just as church officials are exploring strategies to survive > more