Posts Tagged ‘Renovation’

An Artful Adaptation In Bella Vista

An Artful Adaptation In Bella Vista

June 15, 2017  |  News

A contemporary art gallery and residence on Bainbridge Street goes green with reuse and sustainable renovation. John Henry Scott has the story > more

A Row House And A Life Transformed

A Row House And A Life Transformed

February 14, 2013  |  Behind the Facade

In this second installment of "Behind the Facade," Nicolas Esposito finds himself at the kitchen table of Pedro Ospina, a Kensington sculptor who barters and builds his way to contentment > more

From Lincoln High's Gym To A Kitchen Floor, The Drama Of Salvage, Part 2

From Lincoln High’s Gym To A Kitchen Floor, The Drama Of Salvage, Part 2

October 31, 2012  |  Vantage

Is it worth it to salvage an old floor? Jacob Hellman returns with the second part of his story about repurposing the floor of the demolished Abraham Lincoln High School in the Northeast > more

Why Old Schools Are The Original Green Buildings

Why Old Schools Are The Original Green Buildings

May 7, 2012  |  Vantage

This and other insights on the practice of architecture, the future of the School District of Philadelphia, and why there are no bad buildings from Cecelia Denegre and Joseph Denegre, whose firm CDA&I is celebrating 20 years of renovation architecture > more

Construction Begins On Historic Kensington Police Station

Construction Begins On Historic Kensington Police Station

January 9, 2012  |  Buzz

The neo-Rennaissance 26th District station to be converted to retail bank and condos > more