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July 2nd, 2020

Second Round of Design Grants 2020

Our 2nd Round of Design Grantees Have Been Awarded

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Out and about: grid
Check out the latest issue of grid magazine for a feature story on the Overbrook Environmental Education Center, a 2005 Community Design Collaborative project. The...
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D-Tours: Mt. Tabor Cyber Village
Affordable housing doesn’t have to be boring! Mt. Tabor Cyber Village Senior Housing in East Poplar has a colorful contemporary design that looks a lot like neighboring NoLibs...
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Who you gonna call? More ghost bowlers!
Thanks again to a couple more generous sponsors who are making sure that the young bucks of the lighting design world can join in the fun at our Bowling Ball. Ledalite and Lutron...
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Collaborative Intern Angelo Drummond
Our interns are always wonderful, but it's rare for one to get national coverage!  Angelo Drummond, a 17-year-old junior at MetEast High School in Camden, N.J. and a current...
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Final countdown to the Bowling Ball!
Tips for the Big Event! Arrive early to register your team, pick up lane packets, select balls and pick up shoes. Attend our annual Day to Night Mixer at the...
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Catch up with our clients: Albert M. Greenfield School
Lisa Armstrong, Co-Chair of the Greening Greenfield Committee, writes that the ground breaking for the first phase of the Greening Greenfield project will take place on...
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We had a Ball!!
Thanks to everybody who came out and made our 13th annual Bowling Ball a fantastic success! This year we hosted around 300 bowlers on 55 lanes, and raised almost $33,000!...
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A Teaching Moment: Greening Greenfield
Greenfield Elementary School picked an instructive day to celebrate the groundbreaking of Greening Greenfield, its innovative project to "unpave" and plant its playground....
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Sunshine on a cloudy day
Read the response to the last question in PlanPhilly's exit interview with Mark Alan Hughes for some optimistic words on sustainability and Philadelphia.
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