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May 6th, 2021

Design Matters - May 2021

Design Matters: May 2021

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Getting the Big Picture: Volunteer Betsy Way
Elizabeth (Betsy) Way's first Collaborative experience was creating a conceptual plan to tackle a challenging intersection on the Frankford Avenue Commercial Corridor. A...
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The Art of Estimating: Volunteer Mike Funk
"My work gives nonprofits a plan that is easier to fund, because they’ve gotten a professional look at what they need to do and they know what it’s going to cost," says Mike Funk,...
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Beth Miller editor for Social Justice + Design issue of AIA's Context
Beth Miller, Collaborative executive director, and Sally Harrison, Associate Professor at Temple University Tyler School of Art, served as guest editors for the spring 2016 issue...
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Team Player: Volunteer Kathy Lent
Architectural designer Kathy Lent is quick to praise the contributions of other team members, but she can also trace her own increasing role over the course of eight pro bono...
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Celebrating 25 years!
“Many of the new families in the neighborhood did not think that North Light served them. Now, they’re coming to use our play space. They see a flyer about one of our programs...
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New Volunteer Opportunities Announced
Use your design skills to help local nonprofits! The Community Design Collaborative is currently reviewing Design Grant applications from nonprofits in need of pro bono...
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Our 2016 Community Design Award finalists
Every year, the Community Design Collaborative recognizes one of our pro bono projects for excellence in design, collaboration, and community impact with its Community Design...
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Second round of Design Grants awarded for 2016
The Community Design Collaborative is proud to announce its newest Design Grants! The Collaborative will be working with Friends of Laurel Hill Cemetery on a conceptual design...
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Giving people a picture of what they can actually do
Cost estimator Joanna Trago recently received our “Best Supporting Actor” award. And no wonder! Since 2010, she’s advised dozens of storeowners on five commercial corridors about...
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