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Published: Mon, 14 Aug 2017 12:40:22 GMT

 



The overlooked African American architect who completed Louis Kahn's masterpiece
Henry Wilcots plugged away for 20 years to complete the massive Bangladesh capital complex.



World-traveling Louis Kahn retrospective finally comes home to Philadelphia
The exhibition tells the story of how the Philadelphia architect helped save modernism.



The pop-up Porch at 30th Street Station struggles to transition to a grown-up park
Amtrak's Station Square design lacks the playful sociability of the Porch.



Redefining what a rowhouse could be - in 1962
A modernist commune from the '60s gives way to dessert nights and "woonerfs."



In West Philly, a Jewelers Row-style preservation debacle on a neighborhood scale
By blocking the designation of a neighborhood historic district, Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell is allowing developers to level West Philadelphia's jewel.



Delaware River redevelopment starts with highway ramp demolition
Removing a small piece of highway from the Delaware River waterfront could help reconnect Center City to the river.



A modern intruder lands in Philadelphia's most iconic landscape. Is that such a bad thing?
The Philadelphia art museum wants to install a James Turrell Skyspace on the famous Fairmount hilltop.



How post-storm conditions complicated a toddler's rescue from the Schuylkill
Rescuers struggled to find the boy in the rain-swollen river. The city promises a safety review of park and rec facilities.



The irresistible architectural charm of a South Jersey drive-in
One of the last surviving examples of the popular 1950s burger chain, the Pennsauken Weber's has architecture that's fully intact.



Why losing Little Pete's diner is good for Philadelphia
Getting rid of a stand-alone parking garage in Center City makes the trade-off worthwhile.