This past spring, Philadelphia’s Mayor, Jim Kenney, announced an ambitious $500 – $700 million project to reinvigorate, re-purpose, and transform the city’s community infrastructure and civic realm to meet the needs of con
PennPraxis is engaged with the University of Pennsylvania Facilities and Real Estate Services to deliver a historical research and interpretation strategy for the Pennovatio
Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia in September 2015 was influential in many ways, none more so than as serving as the inspiration for the
Conservation of Rwanda’s national genocide memorials grows with urgency each passing year. Deterioration of buildings, sites, and artifacts threaten the ability of Rwandans to mourn, commemorate and interpret the deeply meaningful and troubling events surrounding the 1994 genocide.&nb
The constantly shifting concept of “public good” poses a challenge to designers, stewards and managers of public space, as well as to politicians, elected officials, community leaders and citizens.
Social Impact Projects are intended to foster more cross-disciplinary collaboration at PennDesign, encourage students to work within the community, and leverage their design ability to benefit communities in need.
PennPraxis was awarded a grant from the Getty Foundation to develop a conservation management plan for The George Nakashima House and Studio in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
The value of Lehigh Valley is visualized across its industrial landscapes where the architectural remains of quarries, kilns and mills from the last two centuries are part of the history of the nation’s great industrial era.
Bruce Mau is internationally recognized for his achievements in design, including visual identities, brand systems, books, packaging, and exhibition graphics. His most recent work applies design tools and concepts to environmental, social, economic, and political problems.
North Brother Island is a valuable historic landscape and a fragile reserve of significant ecological value.
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