Posts Tagged ‘Erdy McHenry Architecture’

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

Erdy McHenry, Digsau Take Top Honors At 2013 AIA Design Excellence Celebration

Erdy McHenry, Digsau Take Top Honors At 2013 AIA Design Excellence Celebration

October 15, 2013  |  Buzz

The annual AIA Design Excellent Awards were handed out to this year's winners last night, appropriately enough in the PSFS Building. Erdy McHenry and DIGSAU took top honors > more

Elegant Complexity At Cira South

Elegant Complexity At Cira South

April 29, 2013  |  Vantage

The 30 story Grove at Cira South, a residential tower under construction at 30th and Chestnut, ably negotiates its site, users, and the city itself. Brad Maule and Nathaniel Popkin talk to the developer and the architects about their ideas for the ambitious building > more

Begin The Begin

Begin The Begin

January 4, 2013  |  Possible City

Is this the year for inventive and elevating art and architecture? Nathaniel Popkin finds a sign in a Mummers Parade breakthrough > more

Furness Rising

Furness Rising

November 9, 2012  |  Vantage

A century after his death the expressive architecture of Frank Furness is broadening the Philadelphia narrative and expanding our sense of what contemporary architecture can be, says George Thomas, the driving force behind Frank Furness 2012 > more