Master Plan | Philadelphia
Innovative urban lighting plans are revitalizing the form and character of the center city district.
Philadelphia Turns to Housing
PHILADELPHIA - About once a month, Milton Pratt gets an invitation to visit a vacant lot or field of rubble in North Philadelphia.
High Rents Rescue Condos
Philadelphia—In April, after being on the market for a full year, only 50 of the 128 condominiums at Venice Lofts had buyers who had signed sales agreements, and the pace of sales had slowed to a crawl.
Philly Student Wins Luraline Design Competition
The winner of Luraline's sixth-annual "It's Your Light" student design competition is Philadelphia University architecture student Bryan Giroux for his entry, a sculpture of light called "Flux". The wall-mounted LED fixture delivers controllable indirect light dispersion and a small amount of...
Rehabbed Landmark Revives a Neighborhood
CAMDEN, NJ. - Every school day, thousands of children come to Camden High School in this city’s Parkside neighborhood.
It Takes a Village
WILMINGTON, DE. - The Eastlake neighborhood was known as “the Bucket.”
Michaels Builds with Strong Partnerships
PHILADELPHIA—Robert Greer still remembers the night police officers asked him to leave his own development meeting.
The Lighting Practice Awards Scholarship
Devin Maurizio has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by Philadelphia-based lighting design consultants the Lighting Practice. Maurizio, a third-year student at Pennsylvania State University, is majoring in architectural engineering with a concentration in lighting design.
a simply luxurious retreat
nestled among the custom multistory vacation homes of a small beach community on the New Jersey shore sits a subtle one-story retreat. As the third home of a busy professional who splits his time between Toronto and Philadelphia, an uncomplicated and low-maintenance space where he could also...