Posts Tagged ‘artist studios’

Cherry Street Pier Raises The Bar For Dynamic Public Space

Cherry Street Pier Raises The Bar For Dynamic Public Space

October 19, 2018  |  Art & Design

Cherry Street Pier is officially open for business. The 99-year-old maritime warehouse blends a public park with artist studios, food vendors, a beer garden, and incredible views of the Delaware River. Michael Bixler gives us a look inside > more

Windows Into An Artist Surge Near Temple

Windows Into An Artist Surge Near Temple

April 10, 2014  |  Art & Design

At Ninth & Dauphin, the Window Factory maintains its industrial past while bridging the artistic present on the edge of Temple University's North Philadelphia dominion. Philly History Truck curator Erin Bernard looks into the challenges developers face in preserving and adapting old factory buildings in transitioning neighborhoods > more

In Port Richmond, An Industrial Legacy Lives On

In Port Richmond, An Industrial Legacy Lives On

January 9, 2013  |  Preservation

Last year, the descendants of the original CH Masland, who built the nation's largest auto carpet mill in Port Richmond, returned to their great-great grandfather's factory. Theresa Stigale accompanied them on the Hidden City version of "this is your life" (and she stuck around to talk to photograph some of the building's current tenants) > more

In Port Richmond, Twin Studios For Father And Daughter Sculptors

In Port Richmond, Twin Studios For Father And Daughter Sculptors

May 18, 2012  |  Art & Design

In our inaugural feature of live-work spaces across the city--and how their users live and work in them--Theresa Stigale visits noted sculptor EvAngelos Furdakis just before he is to receive the sculpture world's highest honor and his daughter, the sculptor Jennifer Furdakis in their Port Richmond studios > more

Tin To Gold In Brewerytown?

Tin To Gold In Brewerytown?

May 3, 2012  |  Preservation

A unusual building sheathed in metal both inside and out gets rehabbed on Bailey Street > more