To many, Greece is the home of western civilization as it is the origin of such thinkers as Plato and Aristotle, democracy, and endlessly imitated Classical architecture.
Quito, Eduador was the first urban area inscribed in UNESCO´s World Heritage List and is the subject of an active conservation and rehabilitation effort going back more than 20 years.
PennDesign’s Diverse Design have been working with North Philly Peace Park and Habitat for Humanity of Philadelphia to plan a multi-day eve
Evan Oxland, a second-year student in the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation at PennDesign, filed this report.
The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation congratulations first-year student Mikayla Raymond on her fellowship with The Cultural Landscape Foundation. Raymond has been awarded the Sally Boasberg Founder's Fellowship, to be completed this summer at TCLF's offices in Washington, D.C.
The 2016 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) elevated 149 AIA members to its prestigious College of Fellows, including University of Pennsylvania School of Design alumni Mary Buchanan Brush (MSHP’91); David Mark Riz (M.Arch’90);
PennPraxis is currently working with Penn’s Facilities and Real Estate Services (FRES) to understand the legacy of innovation at Pennovation Works and interpret this history on site.
Founded in 1866 in the Lehigh Valley, Coplay Cement Co. was a leading producer of portland cement, helping the United States surpass England in producing more cement than any country in the world by the 1920s. As Sarah M.
The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation congratulates the class of 2016! Commencement exercises took place on Monday, May 16th.
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With support from the Mellon Humanities+Urbanism+Design Initiative, this semester PennDesign’s
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