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Call for Design Profiles for 2024 Winter CONTEXT

The Winter 2024 Issue of CONTEXT will focus on “Policy and Design." We are requesting submissions of projects that are associated in some way with this theme. Broadly considering all project types from public-funded projects - public or charter schools, government buildings and historical sites; to public-private partnerships - multi-use developments with public space included; public parks and spaces; to affordable housing and culturally relevant historic preservation projects. Built submissions will be given preference with some consideration for unbuilt projects that are exceptionally impactful in this area. Projects may be designed by Philadelphia architects within or outside of the Philadelphia region or projects designed by firms outside the city that have been built in Philadelphia. Categories may include buildings, landscapes, or master plans. Please describe how the project shapes our policy, planning and/or advocacy efforts.

To have your project considered for publication, please complete the online form and be sure to include a description of the project (300-word maximum), list the project team and their corresponding roles (firm names, not individuals), major product suppliers (this is important), and four to six high-resolution photos (include the name of the photogapher). One of those six high-resolution photos may include a diagram or drawing that explains an important aspect of the project (and is suitable for publication). Please submit by no later than Friday, September 15, 2023.

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