Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Art Commission’

Art Commission Scoffs At Commercializing Municipal Façades

Art Commission Scoffs At Commercializing Municipal Façades

November 3, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Body rejects plans for vinyl mesh signage, 1200 earns LEED Gold, and South Philly’s Palumbo Park redesigned > more

Art Commission OKs 5th Street/Independence Hall Station Redesign

Art Commission OKs 5th Street/Independence Hall Station Redesign

July 14, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Market-Frankford Line station to get first upgrade in four decades, additional beds for the homeless during the DNC, Eakins Oval gets another mural, and Comcast getting generous with WiFi for some commuters > more

Apartment Tower Redesign Would Still Detract From The Rodin Museum

Apartment Tower Redesign Would Still Detract From The Rodin Museum

January 16, 2015  |  Morning Blend

David Blumenfeld’s re-envisioning of Rodin backdrop still unsatisfactory, Schuylkill Center to lose its “Green Wall,” Palmer charter gets the official ax, and a look at the Schuylkill Boardwalk’s pergolas > more

Art Commission Not Impressed With Developer Plans

Art Commission Not Impressed With Developer Plans

November 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Art Commission puts the kibosh on developer proposal, brokering the right type of development for Point Breeze, applications sought for 2015 bevy of performance art works, and a week away from a second casino license > more

The Revolution, Stuck With Stern

The Revolution, Stuck With Stern

April 3, 2014  |  News

Taliban of Architecture be damned! The Philadelphia Art Commission has unanimously approved Robert A.M. Stern's "updated" design for the Museum of the American Revolution, paving the way for construction of its lackluster design > more