Posts Tagged ‘sewer’

From Prints To Trivets, Art Imitates Life Of Manhole Covers

From Prints To Trivets, Art Imitates Life Of Manhole Covers

January 11, 2018  |  Art & Design

Contributor Jonathan Schmalzbach talks with a designer and a printmaker about their obsession with manhole covers and public utility as creative muse > more

Flooding In Sight

Flooding In Sight

October 29, 2012  |  Urbanism

River and stream expert Adam Levine offers some early observations on Hurricane Sandy and shows what the Fairmount Water Works looked like during the Schuylkill River's great flood in 1869. > more

Imagine Another Way

Imagine Another Way

January 9, 2012  |  Urbanism

In 1928 city engineers completed an almost 50 year sewer engineering project that completely removed the Wingohocking Creek (among dozens of others). Adam Levine visits the sewer outlet in Juniata Park > more