Posts Tagged ‘contemporary architecture’

Most Intriguing Projects Of 2016

Most Intriguing Projects Of 2016

December 21, 2016  |  Vantage

With dozens of projects to choose from, contributor Hilary Jay, founder of Design Philadelphia, selects 11 outstanding examples of new construction, adaptive reuse, and public amenities completed this year > more

Good, Bad, and Ugly: A Survey of Fishtown's New Construction

Good, Bad, and Ugly: A Survey of Fishtown’s New Construction

May 20, 2016  |  Vantage

As Fishtown struggles to keep up with its growing reknown, developers have likewise tried to keep up with housing demand. Frankford Avenue alone looks drastically different than it did just five years ago, and on streets big and small throughout the neighborhood, new homes have sprouted like weeds. With the fourth and final installment of Fishtown Week, we survey the new housing that has grown—and continues to grow—the neighborhood > more

John Gallery Discusses The Latest Edition Of

John Gallery Discusses The Latest Edition Of “Philadelphia Architecture”

April 13, 2016  |  Vantage

The longtime leader in community development and preservation talks about the latest edition of his Philadelphia architectural guide with Hidden City co-editor Nathaniel Popkin > more

Navy Yard: Contemporary Architecture, But Will It Add Up? (Part II)

Navy Yard: Contemporary Architecture, But Will It Add Up? (Part II)

December 9, 2015  |  Vantage

What's been built, what's in the works, and what's on the boards. Contributor Jason Lempieri sizes up new corporate architecture at the Navy Yard > more

First Look: Brandywine's Plans For 2100 Market

First Look: Brandywine’s Plans For 2100 Market

October 30, 2015  |  News

What's next for 2100 Market Street? Contributor Stephen Stofka says the preliminary renderings are bold and give us a rundown with this design review > more