Posts Tagged ‘Provenance’

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  |  Art & Design

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

Renovator's Tale: Salvaging A Gym Floor (Part One)

Renovator’s Tale: Salvaging A Gym Floor (Part One)

October 2, 2012  |  Art & Design

Enamored with the idea of salvaging an old floor? HC contributor Jacob Hellman has an insider's story on the reclamation of a South Philly school gym's hardwood. The upshot--it may not be as easy as you think > more

Update: Wynne Theater's Neon Letters Removed

Update: Wynne Theater’s Neon Letters Removed

January 11, 2012  |  Preservation

In West Philly, L&I forced the removal of the historic theater's neon sign, which are being offered for sale by Provenance Architectural Salvage > more

The Art Beneath Your Feet

The Art Beneath Your Feet

December 8, 2011  |  Art & Design

How a Philadelphia firm salvaged Coney Island boardwalk for the floor of the new Barnes Foundation museum on the Parkway > more