|3 Oct 2023
|Advancing Architecture and Design
Photo Caption: Homeowners George Charalambides and wife Christina Antonopoulos, left, worked with architects Mario Gentile and Tim Barnes to renovate their Society Hill home.
Are you a residential architect solving challenging design problems for homeowners in Philadelphia? The Inquirer is looking for stories like yours!
Almost every Sunday, the Inquirer publishes stories where creativity and innovation in design solves a problem. Here is a recent article featuring your AIA Philadelphia colleague: RESTORING A LANDMARK, In renovating this I.M. Pei-designed home, the owners and architects made sure ‘every inch of the house is used’
Additional examples include:
As you can see in the examples above, all the stories involve a heavy dose of creativity by the owner, who in many cases is how the Inquirer hears about the residence. However, realizing that many times the owner works with an architect, the Inquirer would like to hear from you.
If you have a LOCAL PHILADELPHIA project where you helped the owner of a SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE solve a particularly CHALLENGING DESIGN PROBLEM, please email Inquirer reporter, Paul Jablow at [email protected]. Please be sure to include a description of the problem as well as photographs that highlight the problem and how it was resolved. If your story is selected, the Inquirer will interview you as well as the owners.
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