Perry Benson GAr’73 helped document Cape May’s historic buildings.[...]
June 5 Memorial Park honors victims of deadly wall collapse.[...]
Architect Paul Cret’s legacy in Philadelphia.[...]
Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics opens.[...]
Construction under way on new Wharton building.[...]
An architect explores Mexico’s early churches.[...]
At Kleinman Center, discussing architecture that heals.[...]
After $15 million renovation, dental clinic is ready for liftoff.[...]
George Thomas Gr’75 on Frank Furness’s 19th-century modernism.[...]
Architecture students were artists-in-residence at Manitoga estate.[...]
The Eero Saarinen-designed landmark has reopened after a 15-month, $80 million renovation, with its distinctive mid-century style lovingly restored and a host of new amenities for students.[...]
A recent installation at Slought offered manufactured food for thought.[...]
Auditing the globe’s protected landscapes—and the forces threatening them.[...]
Sharon Lee C’77 has big ideas about tiny houses for the homeless.[...]
With his high-tech Baroque Topologies project, associate professor of architecture Andrew Saunders is adding new dimensions to the study of Italian Baroque churches. It’s also serious eye candy. [...]
A life of Kahn. You Say to Brick.[...]
False choice? Historic preservation and the public good.[...]
Celebrating the Palestra—the beloved “cathedral of college basketball”—at 90 years young.[...]
Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture turns 50 [...]
Penn unveils its ambitious global policy center—which, in the run-up to the US presidential election, has wasted no time hosting a Who’s Who in the realm of world affairs.[...]