Posts Tagged ‘Temple University’

With Morgan Hall, Temple Ushers In New Era

With Morgan Hall, Temple Ushers In New Era

August 15, 2013  |  Architecture

The mixed-use student residential complex opening Monday marks a turning point for Temple's campus and the future of North Broad Street. Nathaniel Popkin takes us through Morgan Hall, with photos by Brad Maule > more

Marking Time--And Place--In North Philadelphia

Marking Time–And Place–In North Philadelphia

May 6, 2013  |  Art & Design

All across the city are painted signs--some new, many hundreds faded or all but disappeared. Late last year Mural Arts and Temple Contemporary set out to revive one--for the Henssler Lock Company, a multi-generation storefront locksmith in North Philly. Meredith Nutting captures the place--at 115 years old the oldest surviving locksmith in the city--on video > more

Transformative Architects Set Eyes On North Broad Street

Transformative Architects Set Eyes On North Broad Street

April 9, 2013  |  Architecture

Award winning Oslo firm Snøhetta is bringing its transformative architecture to Temple University. Greg Meckstroth spoke with senior partner Craig Dykers to see what it means for North Broad Street—and the future of libraries > more

Hot Or Not?

Hot Or Not?

February 15, 2013  |  Architecture

We put ten new buildings to the test > more

“Unapologetically Contemporary” Tower Seeks Architectural Pulse In North Philly

February 5, 2013  |  Architecture

The $100 million tower--with future phases likely--will begin to rise in North Philly as steel arrives on site this week. Nathaniel Popkin has the story of a project that's emblematic of the market finding value in bold design and social spaces > more