Posts Tagged ‘Museum of the American Revolution’

Rare Collection Of Early American Flags Explores The Evolution Of Old Glory

Rare Collection Of Early American Flags Explores The Evolution Of Old Glory

June 28, 2019  |  History

An antique flag dealer teamed up with the Museum of the American Revolution to put our nation's Stars and Stripes into perspective with "A New Constellation: A Collection of 13 Star Flags." Virginia Lindak has the details > more

Crane City 2016

Crane City 2016

January 6, 2016  |  Development

But where one building comes down, another must go up. At least it seems that way in the Philadelphia of today. Brad Maule turns that demolition frown upside down with this rundown of all the cranes building a new skyline > more

The Revolution, Stuck With Stern

The Revolution, Stuck With Stern

April 3, 2014  |  Architecture

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

On Revolution Museum, Readers Have Spoken

On Revolution Museum, Readers Have Spoken

March 18, 2014  |  Architecture

Signees of the "Declaration of Architectural Independence" had a lot to say about the proposed design for the Museum > more

We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident

We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident

March 11, 2014  |  Architecture

Think a museum about revolution should be bold? Read and sign Nathaniel Popkin's "Declaration of Architectural Independence" > more