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Exterior of The Wilma Theater Company located on the Avenue of the Arts. Photo: Matt Wargo

The Regional Theatre Movement has grown over the past sixty years with the belief that every city of sufficient size across America should have its ow… More...

The 1913 façade of the Little Theatre of Philadelphia (now Plays and Players). Photo:Jeffery Totaro

Most of what Americans understand today about the worth and place of theatre in the national cultural landscape came into focus during the Little Thea… More...

The Architecture and Design Education (ADE) program is committed to exponentially expanding access to design education for K-12 students in Philadelph… More...

AIA Philadelphia Advocacy Chair, Kevin Malawski, AIA, testifies in front of City Council.

AIA Philadelphia's Kevin Malawski, AIA, principal of Karbon Architecture, testified in front of City Council in support of Bill 220293. More...

A street fair on Germantown Ave. was part of the groundbreaking celebrations.

Cecil Baker + Partners continues to expand it's portoflio of affordable housing projects in Philadelphia More...

Let's celebrate Pride within the architecture, landscape architecture, and plan​ning professions in Philadelphia! More...

Rendering: The New Park at Penn's Landing, 2021

Big things are in the works at Penn's Landing, a part of Philadelphia that bridges a multitude of scales, multiple and layered histories, and countles… More...

Design Workshop's proposal for the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, July 2021

Even if you know nothing about the City Beautiful movement and its emphasis on monumental grandeur, you can't avoid sensing that the Parkway was desig… More...

Market Street, looking east from 38th Street in 2022.

Philadelphia is now re-centering itself to the west. Building on Penn's and Drexel's spectacular turn-of-the-Millennium commercial developments along … More...

As Philadelphia heads into the second quarter of the millennium, we asked three of the city's most thoughtful people to make a pitch for what they tho… More...

Please note, AIA Philadelphia members have a special discount available for the book sets. More...

Athenaeum Assistant Librarian Candace Hesselbart teaches us about the collections regarding the building of Girard College More...

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