Posts Tagged ‘Interface Studio’

Row House: Past And Its Future

Row House: Past And Its Future

June 20, 2017  |  Vantage

Contributor Hilary Jay dives deep into the evolution and politics of contemporary row house design with Interface Studio Architects > more

<em>Rowhouse Workshop</em> Examines The Anatomy Of A Neighborhood Icon

Rowhouse Workshop Examines The Anatomy Of A Neighborhood Icon

June 24, 2016  |  Vantage

Armed with a 2016 grant from Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, architect Brian Phillips sets out to survey the ins and outs of the Philadelphia row house > more

Temple University Station Development Sister of New York "Legacy Project" Via Verde

Temple University Station Development Sister of New York "Legacy Project" Via Verde

December 20, 2011  |  News

The developer who created the Bronx's Via Verde, a new model for green, high density affordable housing, has the promising Paseo Verde, a North Philadelphia version, in the works > more

Ballet & Burlesque

Ballet & Burlesque

October 12, 2011  |  Vantage

Strange bedfellows are giving the Warehouse District a boost > more

Opportunities Lost

Opportunities Lost

September 28, 2011  |  Soapbox

We've given away our power to wow, delight, and inform. Perhaps more than art or literature or even film, architecture is a barometer of the times. Post-Franco Spain exploded with ambitious, progressive-minded buildings; post-Reagan America fizzled into pastiche, cheap materials, and poor memory. > more