Posts Tagged ‘Horace Trumbauer’

Inside The Empty, Gilded Halls Of Elkins Estate

Inside The Empty, Gilded Halls Of Elkins Estate

February 16, 2017  |  Last Light

Photographer Kris Catherine gives an exclusive look inside the opulent mansions of Elkins Estate > more

Trumbauer's Legendary Ben Franklin Hotel Reborn

Trumbauer’s Legendary Ben Franklin Hotel Reborn

August 10, 2016  |  News

Renovations and a new restaurant will bring the Gilded Age glory of the former Benjamin Franklin Hotel to the public this fall. Michael Bixler steps inside > more

Reassessing Horace Trumbauer

Reassessing Horace Trumbauer

April 22, 2016  |  Vantage

Architect Horace Trumbauer left an indelible mark on the city's landscape, yet even today he remains largely underrated. Karen Chernick talks with Bruce Laverty, curator of architecture at the Athenaeum of Philadelphia, about the man behind some of Philadelphia's most iconic architecture > more

A Preservation Win & (Probable) Loss For Fishtown

A Preservation Win & (Probable) Loss For Fishtown

April 6, 2015  |  Morning Blend

El-side banks to be redeveloped by Onion Flats, Core Realty wants to demolish the Edward Corner Building, The Palmer to open next month, and some examples of surprising wildlife in Philly > more

Expanding Services By Merging Old And New At Roxborough's Northern Services

Expanding Services By Merging Old And New At Roxborough’s Northern Services

September 23, 2013  |  News

Renovation on the centerpiece of a Roxborough institution is underway and will result in the doubling of space provided for homeless and transitioning teenage mothers. Jessie Fox checks in on the progress at Merrick Hall on the campus of Northern Children's Services > more