Posts Tagged ‘industrial architecture’

Saddle Up! Lacey & Phillips Building May Ride Again

Saddle Up! Lacey & Phillips Building May Ride Again

August 18, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

The Lacey & Phillips building has sat vacant for the last eight years. With a new owner taking the reigns, there may still be another life in it yet. The Shadow gives us the history; whips, bits, spurs and all. > more

The Many Lives Of The Wayfarer’s Lodge

The Many Lives Of The Wayfarer’s Lodge

August 4, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

The Shadow Knows that from homeless shelter, to chemical plant, to upscale apartment building, few Philadelphia structures have had as varied a history as 1720 Lombard Street > more

The Newest Part Of The Oldest Theater

The Newest Part Of The Oldest Theater

March 17, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

The Walnut Street Theatre famously bills itself as the oldest in America, operating continuously since 1809. But its official address is actually next door at 825 Walnut, whose much younger history The Shadow Knows > more

A Douredoure Situation

A Douredoure Situation

February 4, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

All the world's a stage, and all the Market Street buildings merely players; they have their exits and their entrances, and one building in its time plays many parts. The Shadow knows all the acts of the Douredoure Building at 2324 Market > more

The Other Kahn

The Other Kahn

January 14, 2014  |  Vantage

Pragmatic, client-oriented, industrial: the architect Kahn. Wait, huh? Christopher Dougherty explores the work of the other Kahn, Detroit's Albert Kahn, who designed powerhouse buildings for the Ford and Packard Motor Companies on North Broad Street > more