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Pennsylvania

  • Lily Lake Residence, Dalton, Pa.

    Our judges appreciated that the new house designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson defers to the original.

     
  • The architects also added bedrooms and living rooms to the two upstairs studio apartments.

    Locust Street Addition, Philadelphia

    Two architects inserted a sliver of an addition into an existing commercial space.

     
  • This old cork factory was redeveloped into a vibrant, mixed-use apartment complex with commercial, retail, and entertainment.

    The Cork Factory Lofts, Pittsburgh

    This 1901 cork factory was given new life as a mixed-used apartment complex.

     
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    the spreter studio, gladwyne, pa.

    Designed in 1934 by architect William Lescaze, who is known for his work on the PSFS Building in Philadelphia, this studio was slated for demolition until a sympathetic patron came to its rescue.

     
  • waverly house, waverly, pa.

    When Bohlin Cywinski Jackson renovated the house and guest cottage on Peter Bohlin's own rural Pennsylvania property, it preserved the compound's modest qualities but overlaid it with a Modernist's sense of space.

     
  • garden variety

    For Andrew Curtis, LEED AP, and Sophie Robitaille, RLA, ASLA, a Philadelphia renovation was the ultimate test of their relationship. The husband-and-wife team weren't married at the time, and this was their first collaborative project for a client.

     
  • thin flats, philadelphia

    Design/build firm PLUMBOB LLC subdivided two vacant city lots and inserted these eight condos that blend contemporary interiors with energy-efficient, sustainable living.

     
  • studio d'arc architects

    Gerard Damiani, AIA, NCARB, and Debbie Battistone wanted their new live/work locale to embrace Pittsburgh's urban fabric. So they scouted for an empty lot close to downtown, eventually settling on one with a view of the city.

     
  • industrial loft conversion project, philadelphia

    Given a raw space of exposed masonry and timber framing, John Hubert, AIA, decided to leave well enough alone—mostly. The space—in the former and aptly named Triangle Theater—was challenging in its shape but possessed 11-foot ceilings and abundant natural

     
  • sheridan street housing, philadelphia

    Our judges gave Interface Studio kudos for the overall strength of this project, but what really impressed them was how the firm arranged the townhomes on a long city block.

     
 
 
 
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