Posts Tagged ‘Mantua’

The Cloisters, Revisited And Retold

The Cloisters, Revisited And Retold

December 3, 2013  |  Preservation

We're constantly bemoaning the loss of great neighborhood churches. At The Cloisters, adapted for housing in late the 1980s, developer Caroline Dunlop Millett saved a monumental building and used an innovative design to put it back to use. She tells her story here > more

Awaiting A New Call To Service In Mantua

Awaiting A New Call To Service In Mantua

March 4, 2013  |  Architecture

While South Philly's Third Regiment Armory is at the center of an ongoing discussion, another armory sits silently deep in West Philadelphia. The Shadow digs deep to bring us its story > more

Mural Arts' Jane Golden Adapts To Spate Of Threatened Murals

Mural Arts’ Jane Golden Adapts To Spate Of Threatened Murals

June 12, 2012  |  Art & Design

With development occurring in sometimes unexpected places, the Mural Arts Program recalibrates its thinking on mural placement. Peter Woodall has this and much more, in a revealing interview with the thoughtful director of MAP, Jane Golden > more